HBOT Explained

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a versatile and powerful complementary treatment used for multiple medical indications, including for sports recovery or wellness purposes – anti-aging, beauty, brain performance.

You definitely need more oxygen in your life

During Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy we breathe oxygen under higher than normal atmospheric pressures inside the inflatable hyperbaric chamber.

Increasing the atmospheric pressure while breathing oxygen creates an environment where oxygen is dissolved more efficiently into the surrounding liquids, blood plasma and cerebrospinal fluids.



Oxygen is one of the most important elements required to sustain life, it plays a central role in the normal functioning of the immune system, it is essential for energy production in most cells.


It has been demonstrated that HBOT stimulates oxygen concentration levels in the blood when the body absorbs more oxygen per volume of compressed air.


Our body contains a system of 75 trillion of cells which provide the energy required for brain and organs to function. Each cell needs two things to produce energy: nutrients and oxygen.


The increased oxygenation of blood vessels allows for systematic health benefits, such as cell growth and regeneration, detoxification, immune support, new capillary growth, and improved neurological functioning among many others.

OxyNova inflatable hyperbaric chambers

Oxynova builds inflatable high-pressure vessels that harness a safe and very effective way to distribute oxygen in greater concentration (24% to 28%) in all your cells and liquids in the body.

Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy sessions take place in the sealed environment of the inflatable chamber with pressure rising up to 1.4 ATA, a safe benchmark to allow the plasma to absorb the oxygen in a healthy amount.


A mild hyperbaric environment will allow the necessary amounts of oxygen to penetrate fully into the body’s tissues and work their magic without the risk of oxidative damage.

Oxygen saturation

Oxygen is carried around the body by red blood cells that flow in blood vessels, either bound to hemoglobin or dissolved in blood plasma.

Pressures of 1.3 ATA, up to 1.5 ATA inside the hyperbaric chamber can stimulate the growth of new blood vessels to increase blood flow to areas of poor circulation.

  • Oxygenated plasma is circulated to reach all injured tissues such as bruised muscles, sprained tendons, surgical wounds, strokes, areas of injury aggravated by damaged circulation.
  • The oxygen in the plasma will dissolve further into the damaged area than the oxygen attached to the red blood cell in the normal oxygen delivery system.
  • Red blood cells become oxygen saturated and the oxygen is distributed into all body fluids like the blood plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, the lymph, all the organs, including the brain.