Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helping athletes recover from injuries

October 2021

More and more athletes are turning to hyperbaric oxygen therapy to help recover quicker from injuries.

Injuries happen in all sports and can happen to any athlete. When they do occur, they can prevent the athlete from competing for long periods of time. So many athletes and sports facilities are looking for ways to speed up the recovery process.

Some sport stars who have used hyperbaric oxygen therapy include Marcus Rashford, Mohamed Salah, Michael Phelps, and LeBron James.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy speeds up the healing process, working as a powerful anti-inflammatory and wound-healing accelerator. Every year more sports facilities are opening hyperbaric therapy facilities to provide professional athletes treatment. These facilities help treat a variety of injuries, including concussions, pulled/torn muscles, broken bones, etc.

But not only is it being used to help treat injuries, some athletes are using it to help stay in prime condition. Many athletes use hyperbaric chambers after tough workouts as part of their recovery routine.

SMP specialise in manufacturing state-of-the-art hyperbaric chambers to provide maximum comfort to patients and operators. Designed and manufactured at our premises in the UK, our hyperbaric oxygen chambers offer the latest technology and a sleek modern look that would fit into any hospital, medical centre, or clinic worldwide.

If you would like to speak to us about a hyperbaric chamber for your facility, please give us a call on +44 (0)1772 687775 or via email enquiries@smp-ltd.co.uk.

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