Long Covid

Lingering COVID-19 symptoms can last weeks or months after a patient is deemed negative with COVID-19 and can happen to anyone who had the virus. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is being studied as a treatment option for the inflammation and complications associated with Long Covid.

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Long Covid Overview

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can treat the inflammation related to infection from Covid 19. While long Covid 19 might be new, we have been successfully treating the consequences of similar conditions for many years.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help COVID-19 long haulers reduce symptoms and heal faster. Lingering COVID-19 symptoms are felt by many people—even those with mild cases of the virus—who have officially recovered from COVID-19, but continue to experience symptoms long afterwards.

"Long haulers" have reported experiencing one or many of the following symptoms:  Tiredness or fatigue, brain fog, headache, loss of smell or taste, dizziness while standing, heart palpitations, chest pain, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, cough, joint or muscle pain, depression or anxiety, and symptoms that get worse after physical or mental activities.  

Off-Label Treatment

Insurance does not yet cover HBOT for Long Covid. We are able to accept the following forms of payment: personal checks, cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.

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