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Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a safe therapy that raises the level of oxygen in the blood. 

This means higher levels of oxygen delivered to the body’s tissues and vital organs; stimulating healing processes; increasing stamina and endurance; promoting relaxation and a state of balance and well-being.

What is a hyperbaric oxygen chamber?

Oxygen is vital for all the body’s essential functions. Which can be thrown out of balance if the body’s oxygen uptake is deficient (hypoxic).

Many bacteria, parasites, toxins and viruses have one thing in common – they cannot survive in an oxygen rich environment. Mild hyperbaric oxygen chambers are simple enclosures, which are pressurised to allow the person inside to experience atmospheric pressures greater than normal.

The increased barometric pressure makes the air denser, providing more oxygen molecules per unit. The normal use of oxygen forces oxygen only into the red blood cells, which usually carry oxygen. However, the administration of high-pressure oxygen forces oxygen into the blood plasma, the liquid part of the blood.


What is the process of hyperbaric oxygen therapy?

Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy takes place inside an inflatable chamber. 

When the chamber inflates the pressure increases. This is the time when you may experience a sensation in your ears (similar to ascending or descending on a plane) and will need to equalise. Once the chamber is at full pressure, this sensation ceases and you can relax and enjoy your treatment.

In the chamber, it is advisable to wear loose comfortable clothing. You can sleep, meditate, use your laptop, read or listen to music.

After the treatment, you may carry on with your day as normal. You are also able to eat and drink as soon as the treatment finishes.

Is hyperbaric oxygen therapy safe?

Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy is very safe. The mild hyperbaric chamber uses filtered ambient air, so there is no risk of oxygen toxicity to the body even with regular use. 

The chamber can be depressurized and opened from the inside. Once inside the chamber, both verbal and visual communication is possible with our attendant. You can call the desk on your mobile at any point if you need to contact the staff.

No dangerous side effects have been reported with mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

It is recommended to postpone your appointment should you be suffering ear canal problems, ear infection, glaucoma, if you are intoxicated or you have cold or flu symptoms.

What are the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy?

Here are some of the reasons why our clients visit us:

  • Heavy training schedule and soft tissue injury recovery

  • To enhance wound healing and skin condition

  • To help regulate sleep/wake cycles, especially after international travel

  • Fatigue

  • Anti-aging (oxygen helps eliminate free radicals)

  • Depression and stress

  • General health and well-being

  • Faster recovery from frequent flying and long flights

  • Pre and post PRP treatment

  • Pre and post cell therapy.

  • To recover from concussion or head trauma

How much does hyperbaric oxygen therapy cost?

  • One session: $50

  • Three sessions (package): $130

  • Ten sessions (package): $350

The duration of each session is an hour.​

For further information on our services, feel free to contact Surecell Australia on (03) 9822 9996 or email us at and we will ensure a staff member will assist with your query.

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