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Hyperbaric Medical Solutions (“HMS”) provides state-of-the-art Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in a comfortable and professional environment.  At HMS, patients with a variety of medical conditions breathe 100% pure oxygen in a private pressurized acrylic chamber, allowing more oxygen to flow through the bloodstream to improve healing.  HMS opened its first facility in June 2011, in Medford, Long Island, becoming the only free-standing full service provider of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Suffolk County, New York.  HMS is slated to open its second full-service facility in spring 2012 in Woodbury, New York, where its excited to serve Nassau County as well.  HMS’s medical staff is passionate about this safe, medically supervised, non-invasive, and innovative approach to healing.  HMS is confident that its customized treatment plans for each HMS patient will lead to improved health and well-being.


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