Injuries. Surgeries. Recovery. Training. Performance.
Whether you are a professional athlete or not, if you participate in sports or other taxing physical activities, mild hyperbaric therapy can give you the edge you need to perform at your personal best every time. Mild hyperbaric therapy speeds recovery from sports injuries, gives the athlete faster recovery from workout, increases energy and mental clarity on and off the field. By providing more oxygen at the cellular level, healing is rapid, energy levels are high and the athlete is able to focus and perform at peak levels. Many athletes report much less lactic acid buildup with hyperbaric therapy, greater endurance and less muscle fatigue. The pressurized environment of the chamber allows many to recover much more quickly from sports injuries due to swelling, dehydration and ischemia. This pressure decreases swelling at the same time increasing blood flow to restricted areas. Higher concentration of oxygen in the blood at the cellular level allows healing and reparation to occur at a much faster rate.
Athletes Who Use Hyperbaric Therapy
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Joe Namath's Brain
US Olympics Rugby Team using Hyperbarics and LLLT Light Therapy
Kevin Love, Basketball Player, uses Hyperbaric Therapy
Today, Cleveland Cavaliers star Kevin Love welcomes Architectural Digest to his home to tour his personal wellness room. From red light therapy panels to a hyperbaric chamber, Kevin pulls out all the stops in maintaining his body. The toll of a 12-year NBA career demands a dedicated routine of treatment and recovery, focusing not just on physicality but also centering the importance of mental health. In turn, The Kevin Love Fund seeks to help people live their best lives, providing tools for the community to achieve both physical fitness and emotional well-being. While at home, Kevin encourages you to explore what works best for you in maintaining physical and mental wellness.
Bill Schindler at Pro Baseball Chiropractic Society
Two videos of Bill speaking at the Pro Baseball Chiropractic Society about HBOT for Sports Medicine.