Without adequate oxygen, normal healing cannot take place. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is an option for chronic wounds. Patients receive 100 percent oxygen under pressure in a clear, pressurized chamber. The air pressure inside a hyperbaric oxygen chamber is about two and a half times greater than the normal pressure in the atmosphere.The hyperbaric oxygen treatments are used to treat both inpatients and outpatients. Each treatment lasts about one and three-quarter hours. The chamber, which is sealed during treatment, has clear walls, allowing patients to see all around them. A respiratory therapist is always with patients during treatment.This study evaluated the effect of HBOT on BGL in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM), traumatic brain injury (TBI) or stroke and healthy volunteers in a prospective, open, controlled trial. Methods: Sessions were held up to two weeks apart and participants were instructed to eat the same diet.Aug 30, 2013 · uding his or her nutritional status and lifestyle habits,” Mann said. “Eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise and not smoking, they’re all important to the healing process.” A physician’s order is required for outpatient hyperbaric oxygen therapy. For more information, contact Greg Mann at (928).