In Oxygen Therapy, pure oxygen is breathed through a mask under pressure in a specially constructed chamber. It is very safe with almost no side effects, unlike much medication.
Our chamber in Letchworth, Herts is like a room inside a large steel tube that can be sealed and pressurised. It is large enough to seat up to seven people. Oxygen Therapy is also known as Oxygen Treatment.
Many people find that Oxygen Therapy gives them:
Would you, or someone you know, like to feel these benefits? Free test sessions are available – please phone Claire on 01462 684214 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more. Watch this short video to see what’s involved with Oxygen Therapy.
Hopefully so. Oxygen can help with:
We offer free taster sessions – please contact us for details – either email email@example.com or call Claire on 01462 684214
We are unable to answer that question. However, we can help you gather information so you can decide for yourself if you want to try Oxygen Therapy. Please contact us to find out more.
Sometimes, we can connect you to people taking Oxygen Therapy at our Centre for the very condition you have. Then you can ask them about their experience of Oxygen Therapy. While taking Oxygen Therapy you remain under the medical care of your GP and any other Medical Team you may have. You are always welcome to talk with our manager, Mark Boscher.
We usually deliver oxygen treatment up to a maximum of two atmospheres. (One atmosphere we experience at sea level, plus an additional atmosphere of pressure that we generate by increasing the air inside the chamber). Once we reach the right pressure, you put on a mask and breathe pure oxygen. Every session is supervised – we are always on hand to help.
Oxygen Therapy is very safe. This Centre has provided more than 60,000 oxygen treatment sessions since 1988 without a serious incident. Some people find that the increase in pressure affects their ears, just like in an aircraft flight. We help with sorting this out.
The session is conducted by two trained operators with whom you have constant contact via an intercom system for sound and vision. During the therapy most people read books or magazines. Some play board games. Scrabble is very popular! Others take it as an opportunity to just unwind and relax.
Visitors are welcome, by appointment, to see Oxygen Therapy in action. We look forward to you contacting us.
Visitors are welcome, by appointment, to see Oxygen Therapy in action. We look forward to you contacting us. If you are interested in volunteering to supervise Oxygen Therapy sessions, please ask us about the training involved. email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org