We are so excited to welcome you to the Hyperbaric PHP Family. There’s a few steps we need you to complete prior to your first visit with us. Please complete all steps!
Fill out the new patient intake form.
Read the Frequently Asked Questions.
Get Directions to the Clinic.
Sign up for our mailing list.
Intake form < Click here for New Patient Form. Note: this is an editable .pdf document. You can fill it out and then print it to bring with you. For the section of the form that lists medical condition, you only click to select the ones that apply, leave the others blank. You can only Select “yes” boxes.
Please click here to go to Google maps and download or print the directions to the clinic so that you will know how to get here. In addition, please note the final directions once you get to the Mill Creek Professional Park: Take a right turn immediately after entering the complex, drive to the first building. We are in Suite B.
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Schedule a Hyperbaric Consultation with our Director Bill Schindler
Bill helped open the first hyperbaric therapy center in Georgia back in 2001.
Since then, he has helped hundreds of people gain access to this life-changing treatment.
Request a free consultation with Bill along with your first free visit to our clinic.
4488-B Commerce Dr, Buford, GA 30518
What You Need to Know About Your Appointment
Please wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to spend up to 120 minutes (2 hours) inside the chamber.
Your first visit will usually include a consultation with one of our staff, please allow up to 90 minutes for this consultation. Many people choose to schedule their consult the same day as their first session, please factor in the time for the consultation when scheduling.
Side Effects and Contraindications
There are no side effects from HBOT other than mild ear pressure/discomfort/pain. This varies from person to person, and is usually easily prevented or treated without any problems. However, someone with inner ear problems, an active ear infection, or sinus congestion, may find it difficult to clear their ears. Most of the time we are able to work with our patients to get to full pressure. Occasionally however there are some who are unable to be treated, but this is very rare.
Claustrophobia is an occasional concern, again – we are almost ALWAYS able to work with people and get them past their anxiety of being in a small space. Usually once we show how you can get yourself in and out by yourself, most people can overcome that initial fear of feeling “trapped in an enclosed space” – because you are not trapped. You can get yourself out.
There are a few things NOT to do –
DO NOT wear perfume, scented oils, or cologne. We have patients who come with multiple chemical sensitivities and something as simple as fragrance can trigger a reaction.
DO NOT come if you have an active cold, flu or other contagious illness. Not only do we not want you to share your bugs – the ear discomfort due to sinus congestion would make it uncomfortable. Just stay home!