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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a method of treatment in which a patient breathes 100% oxygen. It is based on the natural remedy: pure (100%) medical oxygen, which is applied under increased pressure, (greater than atmospheric, which is 1 bar at the surface of the sea) in hyperbaric chambers.

Treatment using hyperbaric oxygenation:

By bringing more oxygen into the bloodstream, the treatment is thought to enhance healing for people with several conditions. Your body's tissues need an adequate supply of oxygen to function. When tissue is injured, it requires even more oxygen to survive. HBOT increases the amount of oxygen your blood can carry. An increase in blood oxygen temporarily restores normal levels of blood gases and tissue function to promote healing and fight infection.

The positive effects of HBOT:

  • Increased defensive ability of the organism

  • Enhanced activity of particular drugs

  • Beneficial effect on strengthening the immune system

  • Increased level of antioxidant defense of the organism

  • Improved body condition during and after radiotherapy

  • Rapid healing of wounds and bones

  • Interfere with the formation of toxic metabolites in the body

  • Accelerated nerve tissue recovery

  • Improved physical fitness and mental state of the organism

The usefulness of HBOT in the treatment of sports injuries has been demonstrated in reducing the swelling and pain in the acute phase of the injury, stimulating the healing process of the injured muscle, tendon, ligament or bone in terms of collagen formation and tissue repair, as well as improving microcirculation and anti-inflammatory effects. Inhalation of oxygen at elevated pressure can increase the fitness and performance limits of athletes. The positive effects of HBOT certainly contribute to a faster and more efficient recovery after physical exertion and exhaustion, as well as a faster return to full sports activity after sports injuries.


Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Physical medicine and rehabilitation is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of various disorders of the body, primarily diseases of the musculoskeletal system, while using physical methods. Special attention is given to restoring lost functions and abilities (rehabilitation) or training if those functions never existed. Unlike treatment, rehabilitation is a much more complex process that begins when treatment is complete.

Medical rehabilitation involves carrying out a series of activities and training for the independent living or work of individuals who have partially or completely lost this ability due to injury, illness, birth defects or other causes. It is an integral part of treatment in all branches of medicine, especially in neurology, cardiology, orthopedics, and sports medicine.

Painful joints and spinal conditions reduce functional capacity and quality of work and life. Therefore, it is very important to restore joint mobility, muscle strength, movement coordination, and evaluate whether a person can still be engaged in their professional and recreational activities. The goal of physical medicine and rehabilitation is to increase patients' independence in their daily activities and to improve the quality of life.

Physical Medicine

Sports Medicine

Sports medicine is a branch of medicine that deals with physical fitness as well as treatment and prevention of sports and exercise-related injuries. It is only since the late 20th century that sports medicine has emerged as a separate field of health care. We can also say that occupational and sports medicine is a branch of medical activity that primarily deals with preventative examinations. In addition to athletes, it is intended to the general population.

Preventive sports medicine includes an examination at least once a year, to advise physical activity or recreation only to those who will not harm their health.

In addition to preventive, curative sports medicine is the area of clinical medicine in which sports traumatology is most prevalent, and deals with the study and treatment of sports injuries. The most common injuries and damage are so-called. tennis elbow, sore groin, a sore heel, fracture, etc.

Physiological sports medicine is focused on monitoring training and achieving physical condition. As well as for professional athletes to improve their performance. This type of sports medicine, among other things, includes training planning and nutrition menu development with the help of nutritionists.

Sports Medicine

Medical Wellness

Today's fast-paced lifestyle can cause stress, fatigue, tension, depression, insomnia, circulation problems, overweight and obesity, and various other ailments. Medical wellness is a health-tourism product, which is primarily based on prevention programs aimed at preventing and mitigating the effects of non-communicable diseases, preserving health and raising energy.

It involves the implementation of health-preventive and therapeutic programs and services, and each program begins and ends with an initial and final medical examination. At the initial examination, the type and duration of each treatment are determined, and at the final examination, the results of the treatments performed.

Compared to classic, hotel wellness, this type of wellness deals entirely with the needs of the individual and becomes the reason for coming to a certain destination. Medical wellness is intended for all age groups who need a therapeutic program to treat or alleviate various ailments (rheumatism, osteoporosis, weight loss, etc.). All medical wellness programs and therapies are conducted under the supervision of professional medical staff.

Medical Wellness
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