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Picture of a patient lying in the clear closed off pressurized acrylic chambler on a bed built inside of it with blankets and a pillow while having Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. They are watching a movie. There is a Nurse sitting outside of the chamber on a rolling stool watching the patient.

The term "hyperbaric" means high pressure. The treatment takes place in a clear, acrylic chamber. During treatment, you lay on a bed while relaxing and watching TV or a movie. The pressurized chamber allows you to breathe one hundred percent oxygen. Your blood carries the extra oxygen to the injured area.


SAVE TIME, HEAL WOUNDS


at Wilson Medical Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center


Sometimes, fresh air is the best medicine! We all need oxygen to live, but did you know that it can give us a boost when it comes to wound healing?

The physicians and clinicians at Wilson Medical Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center use leading-edge therapies to reintroduce the body's innate ability to heal chronic wounds.

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

The term "hyperbaric" means high pressure. The treatment takes place in a clear, acrylic chamber. During treatment, you lay on a bed while relaxing and watching TV or a movie. The pressurized chamber allows you to breathe one hundred percent oxygen. Your blood carries the extra oxygen to the injured area.

IS HBO RIGHT FOR ME?


Speak with your doctor if you have a wound that hasn't healed in four weeks.

Your doctor will assess your wound and decide if hyperbaric oxygen therapy may be right for you.

A team member will check your insurance for treatment eligibility. Treatments are typically covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurance plans. The Center also welcomes self-referrals.

Wilson Medical Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center, located at 2600 Ottawa Road in Neodesha, also offers negative pressure therapies, bioengineered tissues, and biosynthetics to treat chronic wounds. Contact us at our Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center at (620) 325-8393