Willow Bend
Plano, TX

(972) 403-0403

HBOT for Wound Care

in the Dallas Metro Area

We Specialize in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Wounds

Our state-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) clinics provide cutting-edge treatment for chronic non-healing wounds. From diabetic wounds to radiation tissue damage, our advanced therapies can enhance healing and improve your quality of life.

According to the Diabetics Association, approximately 20% of diabetics will need an amputation due to a non-healing diabetic wound. However, when Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is to the wound treatment protocol, 87% of those amputations can be avoided.

Schedule your consultation today and embark on a journey toward healing.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Wound Care

With hyperbaric oxygen therapy, patients breathe 100% pure oxygen while in a pressurized chamber. This can increase oxygen intake by 10-15 times, which can:

  • Promote faster wound healing by delivering more oxygen to the wound location
  • Improve effectiveness by stimulating the growth of new blood vessels and boosting the activity of white blood cells.
  • Reduce inflammation, promote collagen production, and improve the effectiveness of antibiotics.

What wounds can HBOT treat?

HBOT for wound healing is typically used with other standard wound care treatments to optimize results and has shown efficacy in treating various types of wounds, including but not limited to:

  • Diabetic foot ulcers
    Non-healing surgical wounds
  • Radiation-induced tissue damage
  • Compromised skin grafts and flaps
  • Chronic refractory osteomyelitis
  • Crush injuries and acute traumatic ischemia
  • Thermal burns

Why choose Baromedical Associates?

For over 13 years, Baromedical Associates has been a leading Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy provider in the Dallas Metro Area.

Our team of experienced medical professionals and state-of-the-art facilities make us the top choice for patients seeking treatment for various conditions, including non-healing diabetic wounds, bone infections, radiation tissue damage after cancer treatments, migraine headaches, dementia or memory issues, Lyme disease, autism, stroke, brain injury, and sports injuries. Our Dallas location is known as Texas Specialty Hyperbarics, located inside the Park Cities Medical Plaza.

The Most Important Parts of the HBOT Process

The HBOT process involves several important components to ensure safe and effective treatment. The most important parts of the process include:

  • Patient Assessment – A thorough evaluation of the patient’s medical history, condition, and specific indications for HBOT is crucial. This assessment helps determine the suitability of HBOT, identify potential risks or contraindications, and develop an individualized treatment plan.
  • Hyperbaric Chamber – The hyperbaric chamber is the specialized environment where the treatment occurs. It is an FDA approved medical device, meeting safety standards to ensure patient comfort and well-being during the session.
  • Pressurization – The chamber is pressurized gradually to the prescribed level, typically 2 to 3 times higher than atmospheric pressure. This gradual pressurization allows the body to acclimate and prevents barotrauma, a risk associated with rapid pressure changes.
  • Oxygen Administration – The hyperbaric chamber is pressurized with 100% pure oxygen. The patient breathes in the oxygen and under pressure it saturates the blood with about 15 times more oxygen levels, promoting healing and tissue oxygenation.
  • Treatment Duration – The duration of each HBOT session varies depending on the specific condition and prescribed treatment protocol. Sessions typically last between 60 to 120 minutes, and multiple sessions are required over several weeks for complete healing.
  • Monitoring and Support – Throughout the treatment, patients are continuously monitored by trained healthcare professionals. Vital signs are closely monitored before and after treatment to ensure safety and make necessary adjustments.
  • Follow-Up Care – After the HBOT sessions, appropriate follow-up care is essential. This may involve ongoing wound care, monitoring of progress, and adjustments to the treatment plan as needed.

The Best Time for HBOT

Generally, HBOT is most effective when initiated as early as possible in the treatment course. For acute conditions such as carbon monoxide poisoning or decompression sickness, failed graft, immediate treatment is essential to minimize damage and promote recovery.

HBOT is typically initiated for chronic wounds after other standard wound care measures have been attempted without success. However, every patient is unique, and a healthcare professional should determine the timing of HBOT based on individual circumstances and the specific condition being treated.

Don’t let chronic non-healing wounds hinder your life any longer.

Baromedical Associates clinics are here to provide the most advanced and effective hyperbaric oxygen treatment for wound healing in the Dallas Metro Area. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to improving your quality of life by offering cutting-edge treatments in a luxurious, private setting.

Treatment takes place in the largest FDA approved, clear acrylic single person chambers made. Take the first step towards healing and schedule your consultation today.

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