Hyperbaric Oxygen Providers List Alaska - Florida

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Where can I go to find out more about the use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy as a treatment
for children with Cerebral Palsy and other forms of brain damage?

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not list Cerebral Palsy, brain injury, stroke, Alzheimer, mitochondrial conditions as approved conditions for the use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). HBOT is used to treat 15 conditions, some are; "the Bends" that divers can experience when coming up too fast, Air Embolism (air in the bloodstream), Carbon Monoxide poisoning, burns, wounds that are difficult to heal, and recently added Diabetic foot. Oxygen under pressure is considered a drug, therefore it falls under the FDA's jurisdiction. Any other drug approved by the FDA for treatment of one condition, can at the discretion of the doctor, be prescribed for any condition, except HBO. When a drug is approved for use by the FDA, insurance and Medicaid and Medicare will pay for the treatment.

Many parents who are trying the HBO with their children with brain damage are showing remarkable results. We are getting reports from parents all over the world that their children are experiencing improvements in the areas of speech, spasticity, vision, hearing, and behaviors. Autistic behaviors are reduced or eliminated and many report reduction or complete stopping of seizures. Children of all ages, even adults are showing the same improvements. It does not work for all children and we have heard of a few cases in which the children showed no improvements. The children with the milder impairments seem to be showing the most improvements. The results are very encouraging!

MUMS is providing information of where people can go to obtain HBO. We surveyed HBO clinics in May 2010 and we are providing the information given to us by the clinics. We cannot verify the accuracy of the information provided to us. Services and prices change. MUMS is only providing a list of clinics and is not recommending any of these places! You must determine the safety of the protocol used, and expertise and experience of the staff of the clinics listed.

The following is a list of people you can contact for more information. Some clinics have monoplace chambers and some have multiplace chambers. We are told that only a monoplace ("place for one") can safely treat by pressurizing with 100% oxygen. Some clinics will allow a parent to go in a monoplace chamber with the child and this seems to be an accepted practice. If more than one person is being treated in a chamber it should be through a mask or preferably, for comfort, through a hood.

Some clinics are more accessible than others. If you have claustrophobia (fear of being in confined spaces) and cannot go in the chamber with your child this needs to be discussed.

Some providers may give discounts for larger numbers of treatments in a row or for prepayment. Some may offer free for hardship cases. It doesn't hurt to ask. The protocol that we are hearing is most used is 1 hour treatments (at pressure) once a day of 1.25 - 1.50 ata for 40 days for first session. Some parents are opting for twice a day treatments, but are taking a 4 hour break inbetween treatments. Recent reports are coming in from parents who are doing too many in a row using the twice a day protocol that their children are getting toxic and regressing. One mother got 100 treatments for her son in a two month time period. He stopped talking and walking which he had been able to do after the first 40 treatments. It took 6-8 weeks for him to start progressing again. Please read "More is Not Better." by Dr. Harch on this website. We are hearing it may be best to take a day off every 5 or 6 days to allow the brain to adjust to using the new brain cells. Many parents see more improvements the two to three weeks after they return home from the series of treatments. Dr. Paul Harch, who has been doing research since 1995 using HBOT on children with brain damage, believes that 40 treatments is recommended for the first series, because some children don't respond until 30 treatments and some may require 200 or more treatments total. Four to six week breaks between series are recommended and these should be individualized. (See Dr. Harch's letter). Because this is a new treatment for brain damage and Cerebral Palsy the best protocol is really not known for sure. One treatment a day using pessures of 1.5 ata or less (1.25 ata if child has a seizure condition) are where we are seeing the best results. Most doctors or HBO technicians would not use any pressure higher than 2.0 ata because they feel this may be too high and dangerous causing oxygen toxicity. That is why we need more studies! Every child responds differently to oxygen so monitor your child's response and take a break if you feel your child is regressing or showing negative reactions such as nausea or increased or unusual seizures.

HBO Providers in Georgia - North Carolina

HBO Providers in Ohio - Wisconsin

HBO Providers Outside Of The United States


  • Alabama

    Alabama Mild Chambers

  • Spanish Fort: New Beginnings Medical Group, Glen Wilcoxson, MD, #1 Timberway, Suite 102, Spanish Fort, AL 36527 888-403-0333, 251-447-0333, 251-447-0009 (fax) Email: glenwilcoxsonmd@yahoo.com Web: www.realpagessites.com/newbeginnings Cost: Call for quote. Vitaeris 320 Also offers Anti-aging, Hormone Replacement Therapy (male & female), Erbium Laser, Chelation, Nutrition.


  • Wasilla: American Hyperbaric Center, 3350 Bogard Road, Wasilla, AK 99654 907-357-5400 907-357-5409 (fax) Cost: Depends on treatment Protocol


  • Glendale: Serenity - Hyperbaric Treatment Center, Kate Ryder, 5626 North 51st Ave., Glendale, AZ 85301, 623-930-0887, 623-930-0887(fax), Web: www.serenityhbot.com Cost: $50, 20% discount for 40 or more prepaid, 10% for 20-39 prepaid Two monoplace chambers using hood and masks, Lodging available at Ronald McDonald House.

  • Phoenix: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy of Arizona, Howard Reuben MD, 12802 N. Cave Creek RD., Phoenix, AZ 85022, 877-996-8327, 602-996-8327, 602-996-3348 (fax) Email: info@hbotofaz.org Web: www.hbotofaz.org Cost: $150 (prepayment discount) Six person Tampa chamber. Parents and/or caregivers are encouraged to go in with the patients; no charge. Availability to use Ronald McDonald House for our patients for $10 and nearby (1 mile away) hotel discount.

  • Scottsdale: Tikey Health and Scottsdale Hyperbaric Medicine P.L.L.C., Dr. William Tikey MD, Medical Director, 13402 N.Scottsdale Road,Suite B140 and B150, Scottsdale, Arizona 85254, 480-556-8404 Dr. Tikey, 480-951-1248, Email: DrTikey@aol.com Web: www.Scottsdalehyperbaric.com Cost: $?

  • Tucson: NorthStar Hyperbarics, Carol Henricks MD, 7598 N LaCholla Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85741 520-229-2122, 520-797-5555(fax) Email: northstarhbot@northstarhbot.com Web: www.northstarhbot.com Cost: $125 six person multiplace

    Arizona Mild Chambers

  • Scottsdale: Scottsdale Hyperbarics, Heatherly Allison, 6633 East Greenway Parkway, North Scottsdale, AZ 85254 610-331-0147 Email: Heatherlyallison@comcast.net Cost: $60 per treatment for Mums members! Mild Chamber (Solace II), with oxygen concentrator.

  • Phoenix: DR. Kenneth B. Mitchell NMD, RPh, Lifestream Wellness Clinic, 16601 N. 40th Street, Suite 229, Phoenix, AZ 85032, 602-441-3455, 602-682-7100 (fax) Email: dockenmitchell@gmail.com Web: www.drkenmitchell.com Cost: $150-200 (Discount for MUMS members)Three Sechrist monoplace chambers.


  • Fountain Valley: The Miller Institute, Evelyne Llorente, M.D., 11180 Warner Avenue, Suite 257, Fountain Valley, CA 92708 714-885-8980 Email: hbo@ehyperbaric.com Web: www.ehyperbaric.com Cost:?

  • Fresno: H.O.P.E. Hyperbaric Oxygen & Physical Enrichment Center, Dr. Jose Molina MD, Medical Director,Asst. Medical Director, Dr. John Campise DC, 2732 W. Shaw, Suite D, Fresno, CA 93711, 559-275-0500 Fax 559-275-0510 After hours 559-431-1349, Email: hbot@hopeformychild.com Web: www.hopeformychild.com Cost: $60 for children $80 adults Sensory Integration, Intersegmental Traction Therapy, massage, cranial sacral, nutrition.

  • Irvine: California Integrative Hyperbaric Center,Ken Stoller,MD, Medical Director, 16251 Laguna Canyon Rd, Ste 175, Irvine, CA 92618-3623, 877 244-2188, 949-428-8878, 949-428-8874 (fax) Email: kmunro@californiahyperbarics.com Web: www.californiahyperbarics.com Cost:$80 - $150 (discounts available for prepayment, prebooking and treatment times) Mild and hard chambers. Also offers Berard Auditory Integration, The TherasuitTM Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy.

  • Larkspur: Larkspur: Larkspur Advanced Hyperbaric Recovery of Marin, Ken Stoller, MD, Medical Director, 900 Larkspur Landing Circle, Suite 115, Larkspur, CA 94939 415-785-8652, 415-785-8697 (fax) Email: info@ImproveHealing.com Web: www.ImproveHealing.com 3 Steel Medical Grade Monoplace chambers. Cost: Varies Competitively, Sliding scale, Also Preferred providers for Kaiser Permanente and Blue Shield of California

  • Los Altos: Bay Area Hyperbarics, Lisa St. John, 4856 El Camino Real, Los Altos, CA 94022, 650-567-9110, 650-567-9186 (fax) Email: info@oxygenheals.com Web: www.bayareahyperbarics.com

  • Manteca: Melford A Larson MD/HBO, 520 E Center Street, Manteca, CA 95336, 209-823-2131, Email: melfordmd@aol.com Dr. Larson is an Internal Medicine physician. Two Hyox monoplace chambers Cost: $150 (Discount for MUMS members) Some charitable treatments offered.

  • Mission Viejo: Dr Steinblock Medical Center, David Steenblock, BS, MS, DO, 26381 Crown Valley Parkway, Suite 130, Mission Viejo, CA 92691 800-300-1063 949-367-8870 949-367-9779 (fax) Email:drsteenblock@msn.com Web: www.strokedoctor.com Free information & video tape. Cost: $75 under 12 years old. $100 over 12 years prepaid. $125 non-prepaid. FREE VIDEO!! 4 Hyox monoplace chambers using masks or hoods. Specializing in personalized regenerative medicine. Also offers Physical Therapy, IV Nutrition, Electric Stimulation (EECP) and Hypoxia Mynotherm.

  • Mountain View: (San Francisco area): Bay Area Hyperbarics, Lisa St John, moved to two new locations Email: info@oxygenheals.com Web: www.bayareahyperbarics.com

  • Newport Beach: Whitaker Wellness Institute, Dr. Mark Filidei, Medical Director, Donald Jolly Gabriel, PhD, Director Hyperbaric Dept., 4301 Birch Street, Suite 5, Newport Beach, CA 92660 949-270-0130 HBOT Dept.(ask for Dr. Jolly), 949-852-9855, 800-826-1550, 949-852-9876 (fax) Email: Hyperbaric949@aol.com Web: www.whitakerwellness.com Cost: $215 ( Children's price $125 Partial Scholarships to qualified families) 7 chambers: 6 monoplace (Hyox & Seacrist) 1 Multiplace 3 person

  • Pleasanton: Spectrum Hyperbarics affiliated with Developmental Spectrums, Dr. Lynne Mielke, MD, 4463 Stoneridge Dr., Suite C, Pleasanton, CA 94588, 925-846-6300, 925-846-6323 (fax), Email: devspec@sbcglobal.net Web: spectrumhyperbarics.com Cost: Monoplace Vitaeris 320 with Oxygen Concentrator: $100, $3000 for 40, 10 Session Set Packages: $950 for 1st, $900 for 2nd, $800 for 3rd. Dualplace Fortius 420 Hard Chamber with 100% medical grade Oxygen via mask or hood: $130-150; $5000 for 40. DAN! doctor, Nutritional counseling, Neurofeedback, Biomedical Testing

  • Rohnert Park: Moved to Larkspur, CA.
  • Sacramento: Hyperbaric Oxygen Clinic of Sacramento, Ed Nemeth, 1936 Stockton Blvd., Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95816 916-732-9030, 916-856-7040 (fax) Email: info@hbot.info Web: www.hbot.info Cost: ?
    Medical Director Dr. John Cassidy, optional SPECT scans done by Michael Uszler. Clinic is located across the street from UC Davis Medical Campus which houses the M.I.N.D. Institute (autism) and the countries newest Shriner's Hospital. Also clinic offers Movement Therapies and Cranial Sacral Therapies onsite. Large Seachrist monoplace chambers.

  • San Bernardino: Rapid Recovery Hyperbarics, Susan Rodriguez, 1455 North Waterman Ave., Suite # 124-126, San Bernardino, CA 92404 909-889-7626 or 909-889-0517, Email: hyperbaric1@earthlink.net Web: www.hbot4u.com DR Ken Stoller, MD, Medical Director, Offers: IV mega Vitamins and Minerals. Two Large non-claustrophobic monoplace chambers & a Gulf Coast multiplace with hoods. Cost: $125 (Parents - free treatments) Reduced fees MUMS members and for pre-paid sessions. Three chambers: Gulf Coast 2 monoplaces filled with oxygen-large non-claustraphobic, Multiplace with hoods. Also: IV Mega Vitamins and minerals. Certified Hyperbaic Technician, Emergency Medical technician

  • San Diego: Healing Chambers Of America, Inc., Dr. Harvey Tuomi, Gateway Medical Center, 995 Gateway Center Way, San Diego, CA 92102, 619-263-0067, 888-691-1482,619-263-0067(fax) Web: www.hboinfo.com Cost:$115 children, $220 adults 2 Sands Series III monoplaces.

  • San Diego: San Diego Center for Hyperbaric Therapy, Dr. Gamboa, 5038 Ruffner St, Suite C, San Diego, California 92111 858-268-4268, 858-268-4265 (fax) Email: info@sdc4hbot.com Web: www.sdc4hbot.com Cost:$125 children, $220 adults Call for pricing. 3 Sechrist 3200 monoplaces.

  • San Francisco: San Francisco Institute for Hyperbaric Medicine, Ken Stoller, M.D., Medical Director, 185 Berry St., Suite 4801, San Francisco, CA 94107, 415-513-5813, Email: glink@sfhbo.com (Director of Nursing, Gayle Link RN) Web : www.sfhbo.com Cost: Varies per diagnosis (treatment time) Email or call for further inquiry. 2 Sechrist Monoplaces.

  • Santa Ana: Orange County Wound & Hyperbaric, Darryl Werner MD, Medical Director, 720 N Tustin Ave # 100, Santa Ana, CA 92705-3606, 714-973-8777 Email: info@woundandhyperbaric.com Web: www.woundandhyperbaric.com Two Sechrist 2500B monoplaces. Clinic provides specialized wound care also. Dr. Warner is board certified in Emergency Medicine and sub-specialty certified in Hyperbaric & Undersea Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Provides care to recreational and professional scuba divers who experience decompression sickness or other diving medical problems. Cost: $150-$250 varies per depth & time. 5% discount w/40 prepaid.

  • Santa Monica: Hyperbaric Oxygen Clinic of Santa Monica, Ken Stoller,MD, Medical Director, 900 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 102, Santa Monica, CA 90401 310-260-0033 Email: hbotdoc@hbot.info Web: www.hbot.info Cost:$200 (discounts available on a case to case basis) Spect Scans done by Dr. Michael Uszler. Referrals available for local therapies; Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech, Cranial Sacrial for Pediatrics-Traumatic Brain Injury. Experience treating Cerebral Palsy, Near-drowning, Traumatic Brain Injury and Autism (gained eye contact & speech!) 2 Sechrist 3200 monoplace filled with Oxygen.

  • San Jose/Los Gatos: (San Francisco area): Bay Area Hyperbarics, Lisa St. John, 14589 South Bascom Ave, Los Gatos, CA 95032, 408-356-7438, 408-356-7468 (fax) Email: info@oxygenheals.com Web: www.bayareahyperbarics.com

  • Stanton: Advanced Hyperbarics RX, Paul Sarode MD, 7499 Cerritos Ave., Stanton, CA 90680, 714-527-4000, 714-527-4002 (fax) Email: info@advancedhyperbarics.com Web: www.advancedhyperbarics.com 2 Hypertec 4 person chambers Cost varies call for pricing>

  • Ventura: Hyperbaric Centers Of California, Inc., 801 South Victoria Ave., Suite 103, Ventura, CA 93003, 800-959-8508, 805-644-4164, 805-644-4165 (fax) Email: hcocinc@sbcglobal.net, Web: www.hcocinc.com Cost: $125 Children, $150 - $175 Adults One Sechrist monoplace, 1 six person multiplace.

    California Mild Chambers

  • Agoura Hills: Neuromed & Neurotox Assoc., Gunnar Hauser, MD, 28240 Agoura RD Ste 203, Agoura Hills:, CA 91301 818-865-1858. Cost: $100

  • Burlingame: Movement Discoveries Pediatric Therapy Center, 822 Mahler Road, Burlingame, CA 94010, 800-537-1522 or 650-652-1700. Email: info@movementdiscoveries.com Web: www.movementdiscoveries.com Cost: $150 for 2 treatments per day in conjunction with participating in intensive physical therapy program. $85 for 1 treatment per day in conjunction with participating in intensive physical therapy program. Vitaeris 320 chamber $100/hr for HBO treatment only. Also offers Suit Therapy. (5 mins. from San Francisco International Airport in Northern California) Discounted lodging available.

  • Corte Madera: Todd S. Kaufmann, RN, DC, C.N.P., 21 Tamal Vista Blvd. Suite 212, Corte Madera, CA 94925 415-927-0749 415-927-6478 (fax) Email: BonesR4us@aol.com Web: www.hyperbaric02therapy.com/ Cost: $80

  • Corte Madera: California Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Dr. Geoffrey Saft, -closed

  • Fresno: John B. Campise Wellness Consulting and Hyperbaric Center, John Campise D.C., 5035 E. Belmont, Suite D, Fresno, CA 93727 559- 930-1034, 559-454-1154 (fax) Email: hyperbaric@drjohnusa.com web: www.campise-chiropractor-fresno.com Cost: $40 ($30 for MUMS members) Respiro with ambient air. Also Cranial & nutritional services.Also: portable chamber for rent (within 100 miles of Fresno only); call for pricing.

  • Long Beach: Long Beach Hyperbaric Oxygen Center, Dr. Rochelle Neally, D.C., 3645 E. 4th Street, Suite B, Long Beach, CA 90914, 562-987-5507 562-987-5506 (fax) Email: kidschiro@hotmail.com Web: www.drneally.com Cost: $100(for 10 or more) 3 Vitaeris 320 Mild Chambers. DAN! Practitioner. Also offers Chiropractic, Infrared Sauna, Allergy testing, Suppliments.

  • Los Angeles: Neurological and Physical Abilitation Institute (NAPA) Center, 5220 W 104 Street, Los Angeles, California 90045, 888-711- NAPA (6272), 310-215-0470, 310-215-5451 (fax), Email: info@napacenter.org Web: www.napacenter.org Also provides: Intensive Physical and Speech Therapy, Homeopathic and Naturopathic medicine, Feeding and swallowing, Augmentative Communication (AAC), IEP/Education Advocacy Consultation, Tomatis based Integrated Auditory Program, Advanced Quantum Biofeedback, Aquatic Therapy, Chiropractic Care.

  • Santa Barbara: Hyperbaric Medical Center, Olga Aguilera, MD, (UNAM), CHT, Medical Director, 221-B Pueblo St, Santa Barbara, CA. 93105, 805-563-0450, 1-800-HYPERBARIC (497-372-2742), Email: oaguilera@msn.com Web: www.hyperbaricmedcenter.com Cost: $100 discount for MUMS members 2 mild chambers that go to 1.5ata, TOVA test before & after treatments.


  • Basalt: WIN HBO, W. Jason Martin M.D., Medical Director, Kirk Hartly, Director, 1460 East Valley Road, Suite 104, Basalt, CO 81621, 970-384-8447, 970-384-8480 (fax) Email: winhbo@gmail.com Web: www.winhbo.com Cost:$150 Discount for MUMS members Charitable treatments offered, reduced lodging available. Pan-American PAH S1 monoplace chamber filled with Oxygen. D.A.N. doctor on staff, WIN Health Institute Autism Recovery Program, Acupuncture, OMT, MT, Chiropractic (infant/child, prenatal), nutritional counseling, muscle testing, Electric Stimulation, Therapeutic massage, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Hydrotherapy, MRI, Spinal Decompression, Thermography, and more.

  • Boulder: Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Institute,. Medical Director Julie Stapleton MD, Ryan Fullmer CHT, SD, Program Director, 2300-B Central Ave., Boulder CO 80301, 303-478-5230, 303-442-7301 (fax) Email: info@rockymountainhyperbaric.com Web: www.rockymountainhyperbaric.com Cost:$150 2 Hyox Divex - Oxygen filled chamber

  • Lakewood: Lakewood: Life-Source Family Medicine/Life-Source Hyperbaric Oxygen, Alexander Thermos DO,DC, Medical Director, 830 Kipling Street #120, Lakewood, Colorado. 303-462-1070 Cost: $250 - $200 per treatment, sliding scale, discounts for kids under 18) Chamber 42" Fortius. Multiple treatments available inluding Osteopathic & Chiropractic Manipulation, Acupuncture Therapy, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, IV Nutrients & Glutathione,

    Colorado Mild Chambers

  • Aspen: 630 East Hyman Avenue, Aspen CO 81611, 970-618-0108 or 970- 544-5641. Cost: $150 Vitaeris 320 which goes to 1.4 ATM. A Sechrist 2500B (3 ATM) is coming in the spring.

  • Denver: Pikes Peak Hyperbaric, Jesse Rooney, 695 S. Colorado Blvd. Suite 210, Denver, CO 80246, 970-214-9400, Email: info@PikesPeakHyperbaric.com, Web: www.PikesPeakHyperbaric.com Cost: $?

  • Denver: Calliste Medical, K. Sennholz. MD, -closed
  • Montrose: DC Hyperbaric Therapy Center, Dr. L. Darin Dunnagan, DC, CCSP, CSTI, 145 S. Cascade Ave., Montrose, Colorado 81401 970-252-3360, 970-249-6002 (fax) Email: teamdcmontrose@yahoo.com Web: dchyperbarics.com Cost: $55 per dive/discounted packages available, discount for MUMS’ members, offers charitable treatments. Two Vitaeris 320. Also offers Chiropractic, Massage, Whole Body Vibration Therapy, Custom Fit Orthotics, Nutrition.


  • Trumbell: Whole Body Medicine, Adam Breiner MD, Medical Director, 5520 Park Ave, Suite 301, Trumbull CT 06611, 203-371-8258, 203-286-2929(fax) Email: Info@wholebodymed.com Web: www.wholebodymed.com Cost: $225 (reduced rates on individual basis) Sechrist 2500 monoplace. EEG Neurofeedback, Phototherapy, Homeopathy, Nutrition, Acupuncture, Botanical Medicine, Massage, Craniosacral, Raindrop EssentialOil Therapy, Reflexology, Colonic therapy and more…


  • Deerfield Beach: South Florida Center For H.O.P.E, Jack Olin MD, Medical Director, Hope Fine Clinic Director, 1898H W Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442 866-473-4673 Web:www.sfcenterforhope.com Email:hbotx@bellsouth.net Cost: $200 Participating with Dr. Paul harch and the International Hyperbaric Medical Foundation with the National Brain Rescue and Rehabilitation (NBIRR-01) study www.hyperbaricmedicalfoundation.org. Also has a "not-for-profit" fund called Fund for H.O.P.E. Foundation www.fundforhope.com offers free HBOT, Sound Therapy, orABA for those families that qualify. Insurance billed and networked with most Managed Care Organizations. 2 Sechrist 3200 monoplace chambers. Also treats wounds. Offers: Infusion therapy, Physical, Occupational, & Speech Therapy, BioResonance Therapies. Bilingual staff. Video About Children With Autism Improving With HBOT

  • Delray Beach: Hyperbaric Services of the Palm Beaches, LLC, Bruce Gottlieb, MD, Medical Director, Palm Court Plaza, 5130 Linton Blvd. Suite H3 & H4, Palm Court Plaza, Delray Medical Center Grounds, Delray Beach, Florida 33484, Contact Connie Governale, Facility Administrator at: 561-819-6125, 800-983-8582, 561-819-6127(fax), Email:oxygen4u@bellsouth.net Web:http://hbotxofpalmbeach.com/ Cost:$200 Second location on Delray Hospital complex providing services to patients for wound care and neurological conditions. Only JCAHO (Joint Commission Accredited Health Organization) accredited free standing facility in South Florida!

  • Delray Beach: ORCCA Oxygen Rescue Care Centers of America, Raymond Cralle, RPT, President, 525 N.E. 3rd Ave, Suite 107, Delray Beach, Florida 33444, 561-819-0412, 561-276-9198(fax) Web: www.OxygenRescueCareCentersofAmerica.com Cost:$200 Two 3600 Sechrist monoplace chambers, Dr William Maxfield MD oversees brain imaging.

  • Destin: Hyperbaric Medicine Inc., Albert E. Zant MD, Medical Director, 36468 Emerald Coast Parkway, Suite 8102 Destin, FL 32547 850-650-9500, 850-863-2540 (fax) Email: Hbot913@aol.com Web: www.hyperbaricmedicineofflorida.com Cost: $135 three Sechrist 2500 Treats all UHMS conditions plus Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Autism, Parkinsons and other neurological a conditions.

  • Fort Walton: Hyperbaric Medicine Inc., Albert E. Zant MD, Medical Director, 913 Mar Walt Dr., Fort Walton, FL 32547 850-243-8229 850-863-2540 (fax) Email: Hbot913@aol.com Cost: $135 three Sechrist 2500 Treats all UHMS conditions plus Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Autism, Parkinsons and other neurological a conditions.

  • Lauderdale-By-The-Sea: Neubauer Hyperbaric Neuroligic Center, Dr George Daviglus, MD, Medical Director, 4001 Ocean Drive, Suite 105, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL 33308, 954771-4000, 954-776-6070 (fax) Email: info@oceanhbo.com Web: www.oceanhbo.com Recently reopened.

  • Margate: The Healing Institute, Jeff Weiss, M.D., 1308 A/B North State Rd. 7, Margate, FL 33063, 954-975-3563, 954-975-3849 (fax) Email: healing1308@aol.com Web: www.thehealinginstitute.net 4 Sechrist chambers 3200 & 2500, Also offers Biofeedback, Physical Therapy, Speech and Occupational Therapies. Cost: $180 (discount for MUMS members ad charitable treatments) Reduced lodging, car rental and transportation available.

  • Melbourne: ICDRC, Jeff Bradstreet MD, Medical Director, 3800 W Eau Gallie Blvd., Suite 105, Melbourne, FL 32934, 321-259-7111, 321-259-7222 (fax) Web: www.icdrc.org Cost: $100 -$150 discount for MUMS Members Three monoplace Fortis and one Vitaeris 320 with oxygen, also offers chelation and Auditory Integration Training (A. I. T) for Autism.

  • Miami:: Hyperbarics of South Florida, Dr. Jaeger, Medical Director, 8337 N.W. 12 St., Suite 101, Miami, FL 33126, 305-594-1246, 305-594-1248 (fax) Email: hyperbaricsofsf@att.net Web: www.hyperbaricsofsouthfl.com Cost: $185 (Discount for MUMS members) 3 Sechrist monoplaces, Reduced lodging available.

  • Naples: David Perlmutter, MD, 800 Goodlette Road North, Suite 270, Naples, FL 34102 239-434-9699 239-435-0417 (fax) Email: hyperox@sprintmail.com Web: www.perlhealth.com Dr. Perlmutter is a neurologist. Cost: $170 for MUMS members . 4 Sechrist monoplaces.

  • Orlando:Orlando Hyperbarics, Arnold Bierman, Medical Director, 6200 Lee Vista Blvd., Suite 250, Orlando, FL 32822, 407-240-3996, 407-264-6955 (fax) Email: info@orlandohyperbarics.com Web: www.orlandohyperbarics.com Cost:? One Perry Baromedical monoplace chamber filled with oxygen, Reduced lodging available.

  • Palm Harbor: National Hyperbarics, Inc., Allan Spiegel MD, Neurologist, 34918 US Hwy 19, Palm Harbor, FL 34684 1-800-554-8060, 727-773-0083, 727-786-6588 (fax) Email: info@florida-oxygen.com Web: www.florida-oxygen.com Cost: $175.00 Clinic has 6 Sechrist monplace chambers.

  • Saint Augustine: Chesapeake Hyperbaric of Saint Augustine, Dr. Michelle R. Reillo, 129 Seagrove, Main st., Unit 202, Saint Augustine, FL 32080, 904-271-1053, 904-271-1053 (fax) Email: gasbear@aol.com One 2 place chamber Cost: $150 discount for MUMS members reduced lodging and reduced car rental cos. Established non-profit charity seeking donors, 5 blocks from beach,activity filled city.

  • Winter Park: Central Florida Hyperbaric O2, Dr. Tracy Rhodes M.D., 5423 Lake Howell Rd., Winter Park, FL 32792 407-671-5055 407-671-1338(fax) Email: hbotdoctor@aol.com Web: www.centralfloridahyperbarics.com/ Cost: $125.00. Three Hypertec Monoplace chambers, Sunshine Therapy, reduced lodging available.

  • Zephyrhills (North Tampa): Hyperbaric Centers Of Florida, LLC, Medical Director is Michael A. Duchesneau, MD, 5610 6th Street, Zephyrhills, FL 33542, 813-997-0787 Cell Email: pjanca@teknamfg.com Web: www.hyperbariccentersofflorida.com Cost: $140.00 average per dive, prepaid $110 per dive, Discount for MUMS members Open 7 days a week, Offers charity treatments, hotel and car rental discounts and local transportation offered. Two Hypertec monoplace chambers, One Hypertec multiplace 3 person with Sea-long hoods. Physical Therapy available through local provider. Also offers Stem Cell Mobilization Treatment with 3 blood tests using Flow Cytometry.

    Florida Mild Chambers

  • Fort Myers: Yollo Wellness LLC, Dr. Yankepolis/ Dr. Headley Medical Directors, 5237 Summerlin Commons Blvd., Fort Meyers, FL 33907, 239-275-0039 Email: wendylaw1027@embar@mail.com Web: yollowellness.com Web: Got-O2.net Cost: ? (Discount for MUMS Members) Five Vitaeris 320 monoplace chambers using oxygen masks. Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging or Thermography, Concussion test, Live Cell Digestion Analysis, ALCAT Food Sensitivity, and Supplements

  • Fort Myers: Integrated Skin Care, James E. Williams, OMD, Medical Director, Doreen DeStefano, ND, Owner, 4755 Summerlin Rd. #3, Fort Myers, FL 33919, 239-425-2900, 866-632-3537, 239-791-1072 (fax) Email: integratedskincare@gmail.com Web: integratedskincare.com Cost: $85 (MUMS discount 10 for $700, 20 for $1200) One Vitaeris 320 chamber. Also offers Acupuncture, Hypnotherapy, Massage, Naturopathy and traditional Chinese Medicine.

    FREE mHBOT in St. Petersburg, Florida!!! Chamber of Hope's New Facility!

  • St. Petersburg: Chamber of Hope, Mark Fowler, Director, 425 45th Ave S., St Petersburg, FL 33705, 727-866-9047, 727-867-7740 (fax) Email: info@hyperbariccenter.org Web: http://www.chamberofhope.org COST: FREE!!! With 5 "Chambers of Hope," Selama Grotto's Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Center provides mHBOT to children with autism, cerebral palsy, shaken baby, near drowning, Crohn's and Lymes diseases, stroke and a host of other neurological and physical disorders at no cost. Selama Grotto is a Masonic- affiliated organization that has been providing this service since the year 2000. The chambers are manufactured by OxyHealth and are the Vitaeris 320 models, which allow a child and an adult to receive mHBOT together. Limited housing is available at the local Ronald MacDonald House, arranged through the Center. The center receives no government or insurance support, relying totally on donations from the public. Contributions can be made via PAYPAL on the Website or by mailing support checks made payable to Selama Grotto CP Endowment, Inc, 1235 Fairway Circle South. St. Petersburg, Florida, 33705. It is a 501(c)(3) organization; all gifts are tax deductible. Selania Grotto hopes to expand the Center with additional chambers in the near future when funding permits.

    Use of Flexible Walled chambers or Low pressure chambers
  • The McGill study in Canada treated children with Cerebral Palsy using 1.3 ata with room air in a hard chamber as their control group and all the children improved! MUMS is seeking more documentation from people using just the bags with room air to treat stroke or brain damage. These flexible walled chambers are not designed to be used with 100% oxygen and can only pressurize to 1.3 ata. Preliminary observations from parents using HBO show that the brain has a memory for oxygen and children require fewer treatments especially after the first 100 - 200 in order to make the same improvements. Experts at present believe that perhaps after using the hard chambers first, the flexible chambers may be a logical use for follow up HBO treatment. More studies are needed.


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    Last updated May 19, 2013