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 pureoxygen in at increased atmospheric pressure, allowing more oxygen to flow through the bloodstream to improve healing. HMS one of the only free-standing providers of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in the New York Metro area, with three locations in Medford, Woodbury, and its newest site in Manhattan. 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 of its patients will lead to improved health and well-being.
Reflection: Impact of Concussions & Effective Treatment Reflection: Impact of Concussions & Effective Treatment Recently Dr. Bennet Omalu wrote an op-ed piece in the New York Times titled “Don’t Let Kids Play Football”. This article created quite a stir around the NFL and sports talk radio, especially with the upcoming “Concussion” movie starring Will Smith due out on Christmas Day. The movie is based on the true story of Dr. Omalu’s research and discovery of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or C.T.E., in players … Continue reading →
Dec 13, 2015
Diabetes Awareness Month: HBOT Healing Wounds and Saving Lives Diabetes Awareness Month HBOT – Healing Wounds & Saving Lives November is National Diabetes Awareness month. Unfortunately, diabetes is a growing epidemic, debilitating millions of Americans. While prevention is the top priority, the impact of this disease can reach severe levels, including amputation of limbs after non-healing wounds become infected. Diabetic foot wounds are estimated to impact as many as 25% of the 29 million Americans living with diabetes. Approximately 50% of these wounds will become infected, and … Continue reading →
Nov 18, 2015
Veteran Suicide - "Project 22" Aims to Raise Awareness Project 22 – A Journey Towards Healing A cross country motorcycle ride, 6,500 miles from San Francisco to New Orleans to New York, tells the story and powerfully raises awareness of veteran suicide – an epidemic claiming 22 veterans each day. Recently, I attended a screening of the documentary “Project 22” with my family, including my son Jesse. Jesse is a West Point graduate who served a total of 27 months in Iraq and … Continue reading →