Home 2022-07-28T13:13:52-04:00

Healing Patients with
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

The Leaders in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia is a hyperbaric oxygen therapy practice in Atlanta that began as a vision of providing non-hospital, independent hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT therapy) to patients that would benefit from the treatments. By avoiding the additional costs that are part of the Hospital Outpatient Department setting, our patients can get comprehensive treatment for wounds and other conditions that benefit from hyperbaric therapy for less than being treated in the HOPD setting. We have been accredited by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society since the beginning of the program in 2000, evidencing a commitment to providing the highest level of care possible. Joint Commission has a complementary agreement with UHMS, making it one of only 4 organizations that are so designated. All our centers were accredited with distinction in 2017.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therpy

Hyperbarxs + Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia

Hyperbarxs and Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia have been practicing hand in hand since 1991 as business partners. We are happy to announce that the 2 companies have officially merged. The merger ensures you will continue to receive the highest level of care and customer service without disruption. Our combined mission remains to be the leader in Hyperbaric Medicine (HBOT Therapy) and Wound Care in the Southeast.

What We Are Doing to Keep Patients Safe?

Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia are taking extra steps every day to ensure the safety and well-being of both patients and staff in all of our clinics as a result of this pandemic. We utilize special ultraviolet (UV-C) lights to that are a proven and effective way to neutralize potential viruses and bacteria in our clinical spaces. Prolonged exposure to UV lights works to deactivate the DNA of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens which destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease. These UV lights are utilized daily and always activated in unoccupied spaces for a minimum of 30 minutes per room.

Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia treats a variety of medical indications approved and mandated by Medicare guidelines utilizing hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Atlanta. These guidelines have been studied and proven to show the most beneficial outcome for patients with the referenced diagnosis below. With each diagnosis the protocol and length of treatment will differ. Each protocol will be set forth by the rendering/treating physician.

Conditions Treated with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

There are several benefits associated with intermittent exposure to hyperbaric doses of oxygen. Oxygen partial pressures in the blood can be elevated to 2000 mmHg at the tissue level. Either alone, or more commonly combined with other medical and surgical procedures, these mechanisms serve to enhance the healing process of treatable conditions. This treatment will cause the following:

Increases White Blood Cell Creation

Stimulates Release of Stem Cells

Improves Quality of Life in Patients

Most Conditions Covered by Insurance

Reduces Healing Time for Injured Tissues

Why Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a non-invasive medical treatment administered by delivering 100% oxygen at pressures greater than two to three times the normal atmospheric (sea level) pressure to a patient in a chamber. Hyperbaric oxygen acts as a drug, eliciting varying levels of response at different dosages. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been proven to have numerous physiologic effects including hyperoxygenation of tissues allowing oxygen delivery to tissues with decreased blood flow or low hemoglobin (oxygen carrying component of the red blood cell).


During this pandemic, we will try and minimize risks to patients and staff. Guidance changes frequently, so we may need to change our recommendations over time.

We ask that all patients come into the office wearing a mask. Masks may be removed at the instruction of the staff for hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Learn More

You cannot copy content of this page