Mild Hyperbaric Therapy: Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy raises the levels of oxygen in the body’s blood plasma. This increased oxygen in the plasma leads to higher amounts of oxygen being delivered to the body’s tissues, organs and brain. Dissolved oxygen in the bodies blood plasma can improve healing and cell functionality. In addition to helping patients with post-surgery and athletes recover from injuries and fatigue mild hyperbaric therapy it can also reduce hypoxic areas (insufficient oxygen for function) and improve metabolic function of cells while supporting and strengthen the immune response. This type of therapy enhances and stimulates the healing, promotes relaxation and improves stamina and endurance while also returning the body to a state of balance and wellbeing. For more information please click onto our services page
Cryogenic therapy: Cryotherapy is the local or general use of low temperatures to treat a variety of benign and malignant tissue damage. Cryotherapy is widely used to relieve muscle pain, sprains and swelling caused by soft tissue damage or postoperative swelling. In the event of a sports injury, whether it’s a contusion or a strain, oxygenated blood rushes to the target area which rejuvenates injured cells and promotes faster healing. Over long term use changes to the body's inflammatory response have being documented. Results indicated that cryo therapy is effective at decreasing cytokines activity ( pro-inflammatory), and increase in cytokines anti-inflammatory. Cryotherapy has also being used as an effective treatment for patients with adhesive capsulitis (AC) of the shoulder.or a 'frozen' shoulder as it is commonly referred to. In a clinical trial using Cryotherapy conducted at Korea’s Seoul University Dr Hyeong-Dong Kim noted a 20% greater improvements than the standard physical therapy used for improving mobility. The results led to the suggestion that Cryotherapy could become “the preferred treatment strategy,” for this type of injury. For more information please click on our SERVICES tab above.
Altitude Therapy: also known as intermittent hypoxic therapy, is a non-invasive, drug-free technique aimed at improving human performance and well-being by way of adaptation to reduced oxygen. The phenomenon of altitude therapy is that it delivers a non-damaging training stimulus that naturally triggers a cascade of beneficial (such as increased EPO levels) and adaptive responses without adverse effects. The response is almost instantaneous and is evident at various levels, from systemic to cellular. For more information please click on our SERVICE TAB ABOVE