What can Oxygen Therapy do for me?

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Percentage oxygen in normal air

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Oxygen Therapy increases oxygen to 100%

Known conditions that can be treated by Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen therapy can help with many conditions and diseases, below is a comprehensive list of known treatable conditions:

Alopecia

Alzheimer’s

Asbestos poisoning

Asthma

Autism

Behcet Disease

Bell’s palsy

Brain tumour

Cancer

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Cerebral Palsy

COPD

Crohn’s Disease

 

DVT

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

Emphysema

Fibromyalgia

Fractures

Gout

Lupus

Lyme disease

M.E.

Meniere’s disease

Meningitis

Migraine

Motor Neurone

MRSA

Multiple Sclerosis

Muscular dystrophy

Parkinson’s

Peripheral Neuropathy

Post-concussion syndrome

Psoriasis

Raynaud’s Disease

Rheumatoid arthritis

RSD/CRPS

 

Scoliosis

Shingles

Shunts

Sickle Cell Anaemia

Sinusitis

Sjogren’s syndrome

Sleep apnoea

Spasticity

Sports Injuries

Stoma bags

Thrombosis

Transverse myelitis

Urine infections

Varicose Veins

“This list is incomplete however, there is no disease which cannot be treated because nothing gets better without oxygen. If a condition does not respond it is an indication that the damage has already gone too far and no amount of oxygen can reverse the disease process.

Any condition ending with ‘itis’ means inflammation”

Petra Kliempt – 1st April 2010

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I have been using the tank for several months now and it has provided relief with my symptoms of fatigue, poor mobility skills and balance. I did miss it while I was away on holiday.

Marisol

Gloucester

The Physio Ian Weston thinks its a good idea to get some oxygen in to speed up the repair to my torn calf muscle and my first couple of times down there have been good.

I think it can knock a week or two off the predicted length of time I’ll be out and it has already started to feel noticeably better after the first session.

Asa Hall

Cheltenham Town Football Club

I started using the oxygen chamber a month after being diagnosed and have been using it every week now for three years. I find it gives me an energy boost for the week ahead and has helped my left leg with my walking

Pete

Gloucester