spotlights “New Leaf Hyperbarics” in Eugene. The owner, Matt McCarl talked about the benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy treatment and demonstrated how to get inside the chamber.

They have a one hour introductory offer of $39.00 so check them out. Call 541-636-3278

Who could benefit from New Leaf Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has helped with over 80 different conditions, including: Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Radiation Damage, Inflammation, Pre- & Post Surgery, Athletism, Cerebral Palsy, Lyme Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Arthritis, Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD, Alzheimer’s & Dimentia, Cancer, Infertility, Anti-aging, Chronic Fatigue, Heart Disease, Autism, ADD & ADHA, Stroke, Detox, Diabetes, Poor Circulation and so many more.

Visit to learn more…

Frequently noted changes…

  • Better sleep patterns
  • Increase social skills & eye contacts
  • Better immune functioning with fewer infections
  • Improved language skills
  • Increase mental alertness
  • Improved muscle tone and strength
  • Calmer energy
  • Better memory and focus
  • Improved fine and gross motor skills
  • Mood level stabilized
  • Improve bowel functions

Call today to schedule your first Hyperbaric Therapy: 541-636-3278 

The New Leaf Hyperbarics is located at 1200 Executive Parkway #230, Eugene, OR 97401

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical treatment which enhances the body’s natural healing process by inhalation of 100% oxygen in a total body chamber, where atmospheric pressure is increased and controlled. It is used for a wide variety of treatments usually as a part of an overall medical care plan. (

Hyperbaric medicine is medical treatment in which an ambient pressure greater than sea level atmospheric pressure is a necessary component. The treatment comprises hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), the medical use of oxygen at an ambient pressure higher than atmospheric pressure, and therapeutic recompression for decompression illness, intended to reduce the injurious effects of systemic gas bubbles by physically reducing their size and providing improved conditions for elimination of bubbles and excess dissolved gas. (SOurce: Wikipedia)

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