Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, also known as HBOT, is a proven medical method that has been in use since 1936 when it was first used to treat deep-sea divers for decompression sickness. Today, HBOT is used to help heal a variety of injuries, wounds, and medical conditions by delivering pressurized 100% oxygen directly to the blood cells, plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, bones, and lymph.
There are many benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. This kind of treatment speeds the healing process, enhances the white blood cells’ ability to fight infections, and promotes the development of new capillaries, the tiny blood vessels that connect arteries to veins. HBOT also helps build new connective tissues and can improve organ function.
You shouldn’t be forced to live with the uncomfortable and dangerous complications of a wound that can’t heal properly. Only a strategic and high-quality hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment can deliver the wound-healing results that you need.
R3 Wound Care and Hyperbarics offers state-of-the-art HBOT treatments designed to address your unique medical needs and help you enjoy your life without the hindrance of chronic injuries. You do not even need a doctor’s referral (unless HMO) to book your appointment.
R3 Wound Care and Hyperbarics is a non-hospital-based wound care medical practice. We opened our first clinic in San Antonio in 2014 to answer the community’s need for high-quality outpatient wound care administered in a comfortable, refreshing atmosphere.
Our clinics offer the same caliber of wound care treatments as hospitals, but with easier access to our clinics and more affordable care than a hospital visit. We even offer transportation to hyperbaric patients within 25 miles if needed to ensure they can get to appointments.
We are known for our caring and professional wound care specialists who treat you like family, our comfortable and refreshing offices, and our spacious, relaxing single-person chambers. We accept all major insurance and Medicare, and you do not need a doctor referral to receive treatment.
We have 8 clinic locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW), San Antonio and Houston areas.