How hyperbaric oxygen therapy heals wounds

Dr. Aurel Mihai explains why hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be a powerful tool in treating patients with stubborn, non-healing wounds.

- Dr. Aurel Mihai is a board-certified wound care and hyperbaric medicine specialist at Concord Hospital Wound Healing Center. Courtesy Concord Hospital.

What are the main causes of wounds?

What’s the difference between normal and delayed wound healing?

What is hyperbaric oxygen therapy?

Does insurance pay for hyperbaric oxygen therapy?

To answer all these questions read the article here!

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