Hyperbaric Oxygen is used by the NHS in Scotland for many conditions, traditionally around diving accidents.

The traditional conditions HBOT  is used for include:

  • “the bends” in divers
  • carbon monoxide poisoning
  • air bubbles in the brain or arterial circulation
  • gangrene or tissue necrosis
  • (eyes) retinal artery occlusion
  • burns on the skin
  • problem wounds – like leg ulcers
  • radiation tissue damage from radiotherapy for cancer
  • soft tissue infections and ulcers as found in diabetic feet

There is also mounting evidence that HBOT can be useful in other areas, and we will also accept people with the following conditions:

It is important to remember that this is a therapy, and not a treatment. Individuals will respond differently, some very well and some not at all. There is no guarantee this therapy will be of any benefit whatsoever, however, we believe that people should have access to anything that may be helpful – when there are no other traditional options left. When attending for Hyperbaric oxygen, patients also often speak to us about our medical cannabis clinc, or LDN clinic.