What is oxygen therapy?
Oxygen therapy is often referred to as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) or High Dose Oxygen Therapy (HDOT). This means that during your therapy session, you will be breathing in a higher concentration of oxygen whilst under increased atmospheric pressure (hyperbaric). With effect from August 2022, we have been generating our own Oxygen, with guaranteed supply and quality.
What conditions can be treated?
The majority of our members and Centre users live with chronic neurological conditions, predominantly Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Other conditions include: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), Motor Neuron Disease (MND), Parkinson’s, Stroke and Fibromyalgia. More recently those suffering from Long Covid have also been benefiting from oxygen therapy.
Therapy for Sports Injuries
We frequently assist those with a variety of sports injuries. In the past, we have treated players from both amateur and professional football and rugby clubs as well as professional cricketers and ice hockey players. Due to an increased level of fitness in sportspeople, the number of sessions they require in the Chamber is reduced. Oxygen therapy is particularly beneficial for speeding up the repair of strains, breaks and soft tissue damage.
For more details please visit our website www.thebrightwell.org.uk/oxygen-therapy