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Optimize Health with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Support your body’s natural healing abilities through HBOT at McWhorter CNR.

Top-Tier Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy In Denver

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has become an increasingly popular therapy option in health and wellness circles. The trendiness of this particular therapy sometimes over shines the very real benefits that patients can experience with hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Denver. Let us tell you more about what this innovative therapeutic treatment can offer you.

What Is HBOT?

HBOT involves breathing normally in a highly pressurized room or chamber. The nature of this room means the lungs are able to take in much more oxygen than you would be capable of doing with normal air pressure. This increases the flow of oxygenated blood which, in turn, promotes the natural healing and detoxification of diseased tissues. In addition, this process also stimulates the release of stem cells to help support your healing process. All in all, this unique therapeutic technique supports the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

McWhorter CNR's Approach To Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

HBOT in Denver can seem intimidating at first, but it's simpler to understand than one may think. There are two different ways to experience this therapy: a monoplace chamber and a multiplace chamber. At McWhorter CNR, we utilize what is called a monoplace chamber. This means the chamber is designed for one person. The chamber looks similar to an MRI machine, giving you just enough room to lie down comfortably.

The key difference between getting treatment in a monoplace chamber and a multiplace chamber is that a multiplace chamber requires you to breathe pure oxygen through a mask. Alternatively, a monoplace chamber seals itself so that the pure oxygen fills the chamber and you can breathe normally as if you were in a regular room.

These treatments with McWhorter CNR usually last roughly 1 hour. The number of treatments you’ll need can vary widely and will depend on the specific condition that is being treated.

Who Should Try HBOT?

HBOT can be an instrumental treatment for a variety of different conditions that range in scale and severity. It became more widely recognized for the role it can play in helping patients recover from decompression sickness, which can happen when scuba diving, however, this treatment is still a key therapy for countless other problems that many patients may face.

Physical Healing

Serious infections and wounds that won’t heal are common reasons to consider oxygen therapy. The nature of the treatment lends itself to healing by increasing the volume of highly-oxygenated blood that’s flowing through the body. The high air pressure and increased amount of oxygen play a key role in stimulating the body’s innate ability to heal itself.

Brain and Sports Injuries

Much like exterior wounds that won’t heal, your brain can also be incredibly slow to recover from a traumatic injury, like a concussion. Your joints and soft tissue can suffer from this same extended healing. A hyperbaric chamber can streamline the recovery process by increasing oxygen in the bloodstream to promote innate healing.

It can also be instrumental in treating a variety of other conditions, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Crush injuries
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Stroke

Both the brain and the body stand to benefit greatly from an increased oxygen flow through the bloodstream thanks to capabilities of hyperbaric chambers. For some conditions, oxygen therapy alone can restore the body to ideal function. For other conditions, this therapy should be applied in conjunction with other treatments to provide the best results.

What Are The Benefits Of This Therapy?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Denver offers plenty of benefits from workout recovery to improved brain health. This improved blood flow helps your body operate more efficiently and recover from injuries with less downtime.

Try Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy In Denver At McWhorter CNR Today

Whether you have a strenuous athletic routine that requires a little extra TLC to recover or you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury and need a comprehensive treatment plan that includes HBOT to support your recovery efforts, McWhorter CNR is here to help.

Contact us today to learn more about our packages for hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Denver.


My wife and I have had a lot of success working with Dr. McWhorters team. Every one is his office is warm, knowledgeable, and eager to help us on every visit... He has not only become an incredible resource for healing and self exploration, but he has also become a friend. We are tremendously fortunate to have access to this great team & facility.


Very knowledgeable and caring staff. My wife and I are from Pennsylvania and she has been struggling with MDDS dizziness/nausea since 2019. After coming up empty in the PA market we found Dr McWhorter’s center in Colorado and my wife has definitely seen progress in only 2-weeks that she hasn’t seen in 4yrs. Entire staff is accommodating to questions and willing to help. Thank you.


The team at McWhorter CNR is a very professional group; they made sure I had the best care possible. Besides being professional, they are also a kind and caring bunch; I felt like family while working on my therapy! Dr. McWhorter is a skilled diagnostician, developing a specific treatment plan for each patient. My program (for MDDS) was intense but enjoyable! I am feeling the benefits of the therapies I completed, feeling less dizzy as I continue in my everyday life! THANK YOU MCWHORTER CNR!!!! :)


So accommodating and knowledgeable. Best help! I’ve had unbelievable results since my spinal tumor removal. This rehab plan has been the most helpful over the last 4 years. Thank you Dr. McWhorter.


Started seeing Dr Mchworter for 3 years now and he is the best in his field. His knowledge of the brain is incredible. I was unaware of some of the issues that were lingering from a few old concussions and he helped correct them and got me back competition ready quickly. I highly recommend him if you have had any concussions and or want to improve your athletic performance.

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(720) 717-4748
7000 S Yosemite St Suite 260
Centennial, CO 80112

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