Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for sports recovery
Training, competition, and recovery go hand in hand. Integrate hyperbaric oxygen therapy into your sports recovery program to power up the immune system, oxygenate muscles, and accelerate the healing process for sports injuries.
Injuries and chronic pains are today’s news in the sports world.
Athletes are prone to various concussions or tears of ligaments which lead to even more serious problems during the most important years of sports performance.
Sports players seek to recover fast and return to the competitive world, hyperbaric oxygen therapy can improve healing times and maximize the body’s potential of recovery to get back into play.
“No pain, no gain”, they say…
Breaking your new record should not hurt. Performance for athletes should not come with the price of their health. Pain is not nice, pain is not heroic. Whenever you need to take care of yourself, trust HBOT to alleviate your:
- Joint pains
- Torn muscles and tendons
- Head injuries
- Ligament injuries
- Strains and sprains
- Head injuries
- Ligament injuries
- Strains and sprains
- Pulled Muscles
- Achilles Tendinitis
Practice recovery with the same zeal you work out.
HBOT can bring quick and efficient results for long-term injuries. Studies have shown that HBOT can work effectively as adjunctive therapy in conjunction with various other treatments, part of a recovery program to harness the highest healing potential for any type of sports-related injuries.
Exhausted after intense training? Integrate HBOT into your recovery routine.
You need to take a breather to stay competitive.
Hyperbaric oxygen sessions inside the OxyNova 5 chamber are the natural method to deal with recovery and relaxation after tough workouts and training.
HBOT is a powerful adjunctive treatment that any athlete can use to improve their athletic performance and enhance the body’s natural healing process.
”The hyperbaric chamber is something new that I added to this camp. I get in when I can, after training sessions, whether is refuelling rehydrating, or recovering that way. Doing all the little things, making sure that going into this fight we've crossed all our t's.Caleb PlantIBF Super Middleweight World Champion
”The training is always different depending on the competition that lies at hand. After that, we go back home, eat more and get my body right. I might get into the hyperbaric chamber.Deontay WilderDeontay Leshun Wilder is an American professional boxer. He held the WBC heavyweight title from 2015 to 2020, making 10 successful defenses.
”I usually lying here at least one hour and a half inside, sometimes get a little sleep and chill out in. So yes, is good. I try to do it at least three, four times per week. I just feel nice and relaxed inside, you know it's quite warm in here. I have lots of oxygen inside coming in, it's good for my body and for my recovery.Josh TaylorThe undisputed light-welterweight champion, having held the WBA (Super), IBF, and Ring magazine titles since 2019 and the WBC and WBO titles after defeating José Ramírez in May 2021.
”Usually I go home and I sleep in my hyperbaric chamber, four or five hours. It helps me a lot with my recovery and my energy level.Kyle LowryKyle Terrell Lowry is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association. He has been a six-time NBA All-Star and was named to the All-NBA Third Team in 2016. Lowry won an NBA championship with the Toronto Raptors in 2019, their first title in franchise history.
The medical secret of professional athletes is hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
HBOT works by sending oxygen at 1.4 ATA pressure through the circulatory system to decrease inflammation, it’s one of the principal anti-inflammatory agents in the medical world.
The systemic action of oxygen will improve vascular flow, increase stem cell release and activation, regenerate bone and cartilage, and slow the process of scar formation.
Oxygen brings you that extra edge for competitive gameplay
HBOT sessions help increase red blood cell production in order to maximize the oxygen-carrying capabilities of the blood.
This increase in blood circulation and oxygenation brings a systemic improvement to all body processes which can optimize all functions, especially those related to sports performance.
Professional sport is physical and cognitive performance
When tissues receive high levels of oxygen the body will reduce muscle fatigue and exhaustion, increase stem cell activation and help regenerate all processes.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is documented to reduce brain fog and improve mental focus, clarity and stamina, it’s used best to optimize training and sharpen the senses.
Why shorten the recovery time after intense workouts when you can enjoy the process?
Recovery is mandatory.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy sessions inside the OxyNova 5 improve circulation and can help you treat chronic muscle pain or acute injuries.
Using mild HBOT as part of an active recovery program will optimize your performance and reduce the risk of re-injury.
Recovery should not be a race against time.
Even the most careful professional or recreational athletes can sustain injuries, what matters more is the recovery.
For sports professionals, the number one problem related to injury recovery is losing valuable time from participating in sports and sometimes athletes just keep training and playing which eventually leads to even more serious problems.
Oxygen fuels the cells to facilitate recovery
HBOT sessions help injured tissues absorb supplemented levels of oxygen which penetrate into blood, plasma, and cerebral fluids, to increase healing and circulation to the injured area.
In the right conditions, hyperbaric oxygen therapy may facilitate faster recovery and also improve the short and long-term development of injuries and concussions to help you resume normal functional activity.
Injuries, wounds, strains and sprains
The most common sports injuries are strains and sprains, which cause the development of swelling and edema (accumulation of excess fluid in connective tissue).
This reaction will compress blood vessels and restrict the vital flow of oxygen-carrying plasma and red blood cells to the injury site.
The necessary oxygen can maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of all reparatory processes, like decreasing the inflammation of injured areas, improving blood flow, and repairing damaged tissues.
HBOT facilitates the absorption of oxygen into the damaged tissue, which can enhance healing after the right number of sessions.
Concussions and post-concussion syndrome
A concussion is a traumatic brain injury very common in contact sports. When there’s an impact to the head (due to a hit, a blow, or a collision), the skull will bruise the brain tissue which will cause an inflammatory response or swelling of the tissue.
Breathing oxygen under pressure during HBOT treatments can help boost the body’s remarkable capacity of self-healing after a concussion.
The delivery of extra oxygen to injured brain tissues reduces swelling, inflammation, and the increased pressure in the brain.
HBOT sessions promote natural healing and can reduce the pain, nausea, cognitive decline, fatigue, and other aggravating symptoms of a traumatic brain injury.
We build HBOT technology to improve the quality of life
OxyNova mHBOT chambers facilitate recovery in wellness and sports centers
Studies confirm that mild hyperbaric devices facilitate a complimentary non-invasive way that can help physiotherapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, and even naturopaths to complement their work.
Sports professionals use HBOT to sustain recovery after training and to enhance performance.
Oxygen supplementation with Mild HBOT can work with effective results as part of a system of therapies.
Given its low number of contraindications, risks, and side effects, it may be one of the safest therapies to use, within the correct protocols.
- Achieve better blood circulation
- Eliminate toxins efficiently
- Encourage neuroplasticity (regeneration of brain cells)
- Increase various functions of metabolism
- Improve motor skills in children, muscle tone, motricity, spasticity
- Increase fine motor skills
- Reduce muscle cramps
- Increase strength
- Increase control of the body and mind
- Decrease edema effects by vasoconstriction
- Decrease leucocyte chemotaxis and adhesion
- Attenuate ischemic-reperfusion damage
- Suppress the formation of inflammatory mediators
- Inhibit the autoimmune syndrome and the immune reaction in antigens
- Improve chronic skin damage healing by inducing angiogenesis
- Stimulate O2 dependent collagen matrix formation, which is an essential phase in wound healing
What is mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy recommended for?
Mild HBOT is one of the safest and effective therapeutic procedures available today.