Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is an innovative treatment recommended for treating diabetic wounds, complications from radiation therapy, chronic bone infections, non-healing skin grafts or flaps, and crush injuries. Studies have shown that hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases an individual’s ability to heal wounds. Patients in the chamber breathe 100 percent oxygen under two to three times atmospheric pressure, increasing the oxygen level of the blood. HBOT enhances the body's natural healing ability by promoting the growth of new blood vessels resulting in healed wounds and a decreased chance of amputation.  It's a thoroughly tested, FDA approved, completely safe and painless therapy that has helped thousands of patients heal faster and better than ever before.

Beaumont’s Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Centers offer one of the largest multi-patient chambers in the state and the largest mono-place chambers in Southeast Michigan. Board-certified Beaumont hyperbaric medicine physicians manage each patient’s therapy.  In addition, highly trained, board-certified technicians ensure comfort and safety for the patients.

Beaumont offers Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy at four locations:

If you are interested in other treatment options to heal your wound, learn more about the services provided at our Wound Treatment Centers

Conditions treated by Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

  • non-healing diabetic foot wounds
  • complications from radiation therapy. 
    • radiation injury to the bladder and rectum
    • radiation injury to the jaw bone
  • chronic bone infections
  • history of failed reconstructive procedures
rsz_dsc_9071