The Oxygen Clinic provides Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to help patients suffering from a range of medical conditions and sporting injuries.
The presence of oxygen is vital for effective healing and recovery. During HBOT, patients enter a specialised chamber where they breathe pure oxygen at increased atmospheric pressure. These conditions enable large amounts of oxygen to be taken up by the patient’s lungs and dissolved into the blood.
The oxygen is then carried throughout the body, healing and rejuvenating damaged tissues. Increased oxygen levels stimulate stem cells to improve the growth of new blood vessels and boost the immune system to help fight infections.
HBOT is a simple, non-invasive and painless procedure. All treatment is administered under the supervision of a trained consultant in hyperbaric medicine. Call us today on 0330 016 1000 to find out more, discuss your treatment or book a session.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can significantly boost your healing and rate of recovery from a range of injuries and infections. The combination of increased pressure and high concentrations of oxygen causes large amounts of oxygen to be dissolved into the blood and tissues.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is widely used by elite sports stars to help boost their endurance and recovery, and improve their resilience to injury and exhaustion. At The Oxygen Clinic, we treat patients from a range of sporting backgrounds, from professional footballers to amateur long-distance runners.
Oxygen is essential for our health and wellness. The Oxygen Clinic provides HBOT to a variety of customers who are not suffering from any medical condition, but who use regular sessions to boost the level of oxygen in their body.
In addition to oxygen therapy, The Oxygen Clinic also administers Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT). ESWT is a technique used in physiotherapy and orthopaedics, which delivers high-energy acoustic waves to treat various musculoskeletal conditions, including back pain and soft tissue injuries.
Ryan Jackson, who plays for Gillingham FC’s first team, was referred to The Oxygen clinic after tearing his groin during a training session. In his second season at Gillingham, Jackson’s felt his groin ‘go tight’ while performing a header in a training session and a scan showed that he had torn his groin. Originally signed…
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Irene Brooks, from Hoo near Rochester, experienced her first symptoms of Labyrinthitis in December 2015 and was told by her specialist that she’d “never get any better”. Labyrinthitis is an inner ear infection that causes the labyrinth, a delicate structure deep inside the ear, to become inflamed. With a variety of symptoms ranging from dizziness…
Gillingham FC’s Scott Wagstaff was referred to The Oxygen Clinic for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) by the club’s physiotherapist, Adam Roche, after rupturing his right Achilles tendon. The 26 year old midfielder joined Gillingham on a two year deal on 7th July 2016, and was devastated to suffer an injury only 13 days later, seven…
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