Demand For Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Treatments Continues To Grow At Active Clinic, Birmingham

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Demand for Birmingham’s only Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Treatment is
soaring at Active Clinic in Edgbaston.

We’re seeing a huge spike in patients using the treatment to help aid with
sports recovery and are also experiencing an increasing number of
patients suffering from long covid who require the treatment.

Enhance your body’s natural ability to heal by breathing in 100% oxygen at pressures lower than sea level. This treatment delivers the oxygen that every cell in your body craves to repair and enhance cellular function. In turn, it stimulates the growth of new blood vessels, improving circulation. The entire process also encourages the release of stem cells, which are vital to help you achieve long-term optimal healing.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) involves breathing pure oxygen in a pressurised environment. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a well-established treatment for over 300 years. Many health conditions including serious infections, bubbles of air in your blood vessels, and wounds that may not heal as a result of diabetes or radiation injury.

Mid 2021 Active Clinic made a huge investment of over £50k that was
spent on Birmingham’s first and only Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber
treatment, which was launched by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham
Councillor Muhammad Afzal.

Tammy Takkar Co-Director at Active Clinic comments:
We’re so thankful that our decision to take a risk and make such a
huge investment in the oxygen chamber is paying off, as a high percentage
of our growth is from this. Our Cryotherapy treatment is also on this
rise especially with the local premiership football stars.” comment ends


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