Princeton Integrative Health is thrilled to announce that we have recently added Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber to our ever-growing options of healing modalities. 

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At its core, HBOT, or Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, is very simple. It adds oxygen to cells that need it. If the cell isn't working well, the oxygen helps to generate energy that promotes healing and removes toxins. This is an exciting new modality that can support healing in many tissues and conditions caused by inflammation, infections and wounds, musculoskeletal injuries, and neuro-degenerative diseases. HBOT can also be used as a natural anti-aging and performance enhancer.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy provides a multitude of benefits and according to Dr. Jason Sonners, Clinic Director of NJ HBOT and HBOT USA and Certified Hyperbaric Pracitioner, there are approximately 100 conditions worldwide for which Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can be used to support healing, including:

Neurologic:
  • Post-Stroke
  • Head Injury
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Autism
  • Cerebral Palsy
Neuro-Degenerative:
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s
  • ALS
  • Alzheimer’s
Anti-aging/Performance:
  • Memory loss
  • Concussion
  • Post exercise recovery
  • Dementia
  • Low energy
  • Strains/sprains
Wounds/Infections:
  • Lyme Disease
  • Epstein Barr
  • Post-surgical healing
  • Scar healing
As of July 2021, the FDA has cleared hyperbaric chambers for the following disorders:
                • Air and gas bubbles in blood vessels
                • Anemia (severe anemia when blood transfusions cannot be used)Sue
                • Burns (severe and large burns treated at a specialized burn center)
                • Carbon monoxide poisoning
                • Crush injury
                • Decompression sickness (diving risk)
                • Gas gangrene
                • Hearing loss (complete hearing loss that occurs suddenly and without any known cause)
                • Infection of the skin and bone (severe)
                • Radiation injury
                • Skin graft flap at risk of tissue death
                • Vision loss (when sudden and painless in one eye due to blockage of blood flow)
                • Non-healing, diabetic foot ulcers
                • Infection of the skin and bone

We will also be hosting education sessions about HBOT and its benefits, so stay tuned for those events. The series on HBOT will explain the how and why it is beneficial to promote healing and regeneration of non-healing tissues in so many conditions.

For more information on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy or to schedule a session, please call us at 609.512.1468.