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Spokane Hyperbaric Center
13007 East Mission Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA 99216

Local: (509) 922-6552
Toll Free: (800) 691-3088

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"When I first brought my son in, he could only respond by blinking. Now, heís able to laugh!"
- Parent of a soldier wounded in Iraq

About

Spokane Hyperbaric Center is a freestanding hyperbaric oxygen therapy clinic. We are equipped to treat over 65 medical indications.

The center is 2800 square feet, with a spacious waiting room reception area, Doctors office, exam room and conference center. Our large chamber room provides five dressing rooms and 22 private lockers for patient security. Our state of the art multi-place chamber is over twenty-nine feet long and eight feet in diameter and can accommodate twelve people.

"On my first visit, my husband had to help me walk through the parking lot. After my fourth visit, I went home and mowed the lawn."
- Patient with a heart condition

What is HBOT?

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a method of administering pure oxygen at greater than atmospheric pressure to a patient in order to improve or correct many complaints that are indicated. Oxygen, when delivered under pressure, is 10-15 times more effective than when delivered at sea level or at atmospheric pressure.

How Does HBOT Work?

Oxygen when delivered under pressure helps promote growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis). It also decreases swelling and inflammation, increases the body's ability to fight infections, helps the body discharge toxins and metabolic waste products, and accelerates the rate of healing. It should be used to compliment conventional therapies and treatments ordered by a physician.

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"At the beginning of December, I had to lay down almost all the time. By Christmas, I was driving!" - Cancer patient recuperating from chemo radiation burns

   
     
 

Types of Therapies

There are over 65 indications, which may not be covered by insurance, that have been employed around the world using HBOT. The following is a partial list:

Neurological Disorders
Such as Cerebral Palsy, autism, traumatic brain & nerve injury, MS, Parkinsonís, migraines and much more.

Orthopedic Disorders
Such as joint disease, grafts, arthritis and degenerative osteoporosis, and many others.

Auto Immune Disorders
Lupus, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue and many others.

Traumatology and other diseases
Closed head injury, Bellís Palsy, Lyme disease and many, many more.

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