Stroke & HBOT

 


Stroke & HBOT

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six deaths from cardiovascular diseases was attributed to stroke in 2020. Annually, about 795,000 people in the United States suffer a stroke, with roughly 610,000 of these being first-time strokes. Stroke is a leading cause of severe long-term disability in adults and significantly reduces the mobility of over half of the survivors aged 65 and above.

 

Hyperbaric therapy has shown promising results in both preventing and treating strokes through various mechanisms. It can precondition the brain by stimulating angiogenesis, which creates new blood pathways in the brain, potentially reducing the risk of stroke. Furthermore, hyperbaric therapy has been beneficial for patients after a stroke. It aids in restoring blood flow and functionality to the brain areas affected by compromised circulation (penumbra), primarily through the enhanced delivery of oxygen which supports healing. Studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of this treatment even years after the initial stroke incident.


Symptoms of Inflammation:

Stroke Prevention

Stroke Recovery

  • Ameliorates Atherosclerosis
  • Decreases Oxidative Stress in the Brain
  • Preconditions the Brain to Enable Neuroprotective Properties
  • Stimulates Angiogenesis
  • Accelerates Gross/Fine Motor Skills
  • Alleviates Spasticity
  • Clinical Improvement in Language Fluency
  • Enhances Stem Cell Proliferation & Mobilization
  • Escalates Neuroplasticity
  • Faster Overall Recovery
  • Improved Aphasia
  • Improvement in Ataxia & Dysphagia
  • Improves Mood
  • Improves Vision
  • Increases Penumbra Tissue Recovery
  • Promotes Neurogenesis
  • Reduces Paralysis
  • Stimulates Angiogenesis for Faster Reclamation
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six deaths from cardiovascular diseases was attributed to stroke in 2020. Annually, about 795,000 people in the United States suffer a stroke, with roughly 610,000 of these being first-time strokes. Stroke is a leading cause of severe long-term disability in adults and significantly reduces the mobility of over half of the survivors aged 65 and above.

 

Hyperbaric therapy has shown promising results in both preventing and treating strokes through various mechanisms. It can precondition the brain by stimulating angiogenesis, which creates new blood pathways in the brain, potentially reducing the risk of stroke. Furthermore, hyperbaric therapy has been beneficial for patients after a stroke. It aids in restoring blood flow and functionality to the brain areas affected by compromised circulation (penumbra), primarily through the enhanced delivery of oxygen which supports healing. Studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of this treatment even years after the initial stroke incident.

Stroke Prevention

  • Ameliorates Atherosclerosis
  • Decreases Oxidative Stress in the Brain
  • Preconditions the Brain to Enable Neuroprotective Properties
  • Stimulates Angiogenesis

Stroke Recovery

  • Accelerates Gross/Fine Motor Skills
  • Alleviates Spasticity
  • Clinical Improvement in Language Fluency
  • Enhances Stem Cell Proliferation & Mobilization
  • Escalates Neuroplasticity
  • Faster Overall Recovery
  • Improved Aphasia
  • Improvement in Ataxia & Dysphagia
  • Improves Mood
  • Improves Vision
  • Increases Penumbra Tissue Recovery
  • Promotes Neurogenesis
  • Reduces Paralysis
  • Stimulates Angiogenesis for Faster Reclamation

Get In Contact


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1-562-444-8811

Email

Location

4434 Pacific Coast Highway
Long Beach, California 90804

Hours


Monday - Friday

11:00AM - 07:00PM

Saturday - Sunday

11:00AM - 04:00PM

Get In Contact


Call

1-562-444-8811

Email

Location

4434 Pacific Coast Highway
Long Beach, California 90804

Hours


GRAND OPENING

Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Monday - Friday

11:00AM - 07:00PM

Saturday - Sunday

11:00AM - 04:00PM