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Special Offer for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Mooresville

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), a highly potent, anti-inflammatory medical treatment administered in a chamber in which the patient breathes 100 percent oxygen under pressure, is provided by Nirvana Hyperbaric Institute, in Mooresville. Those that purchase 10 hyperbaric sessions of the extremely safe, non-invasive, painless modality through June can receive one session for free.

The method produces up to a 15-fold increase in blood oxygen concentration, causing oxygen to reach every cell in the body. This promotes healing in all tissue including the brain by stimulating the production of stem cells, the body’s immune system which is especially helpful to treat bone infections and new blood vessel production. 

It acts as a signal inducer of DNA for 6,000-plus genes, turning on good genes and turning off bad genes, and can help reverse cognitive decline from aging by increasing telomere length.

HBOT is used to treat both insurance-covered conditions such as non-healing diabetic wounds, osteomyelitis and radiation injury from cancer therapy. It is also used for non-insurance conditions such as concussion, traumatic brain injury, autism, stroke, irritable bowel syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder, multiple sclerosis and healing from cosmetic surgery.

Location: 146 Medical Park Rd., Ste. 110. For more information or to make an appointment, call 704-471-4100 or visit www.NirvanaHbo.com


Nirvana Hyperbaric Institute - 146 Medical Park Rd Ste 110, Mooresville, NC

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