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DIABETES

HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY FOR DIABETES

  • Increased healing for foot ulcers

  • Reduction of Inflammation

  • Improved Oxygenation

              

RED LIGHT  & INFRARED LIGHT THERAPY FOR DIABETES

  • Wound Healing

  • Pain Reduction

  • Improved Blood Flow

PEMF ENERGY HEALING FOR DIABETES

  • Reduction of Inflammation

  • Improved Blood Circulation         

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HOW HBOT CAN HELP DIABETES

Diabetic Foot Ulcers: *One of the most studied applications of HBOT in diabetes is the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers.* HBOT can help by increasing oxygen supply to the affected tissues, promoting healing, and reducing the risk of amputation.

Reduction of Inflammation: Diabetes often involves chronic low-grade inflammation. HBOT has anti-inflammatory effects that can potentially benefit diabetic patients by reducing systemic inflammation.

Improved Oxygenation: In diabetes, tissues can suffer from hypoxia (low oxygen levels) due to vascular complications. HBOT helps to improve oxygenation in these tissues, supporting overall metabolic function and potentially reducing the risk of further complications.

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HOW RED LIGHT CAN HELP DIABETES

Wound Healing: Diabetic patients often suffer from chronic wounds, especially foot ulcers. RLT increases fibroblast proliferation, collagen synthesis, and angiogenesis (the formation of new blood vessels), all of which are critical for wound healing.

Pain Reduction: RLT may help alleviate pain associated with diabetic neuropathy by reducing inflammation, increasing blood flow, and modulating pain perception pathways.

Improved Blood Flow: RLT can enhance microcirculation, improving blood flow to tissues. This is particularly beneficial for diabetic patients who often have compromised blood circulation, leading to better nutrient and oxygen delivery to tissues and promoting overall tissue health.

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HOW PEMF HEALING CAN HELP DIABETES

Reduction of Inflammation: Chronic inflammation is a hallmark of diabetes. PEMF therapy has anti-inflammatory effects, which can help manage systemic and localized inflammation in diabetic patients.

Improved Blood Circulation: PEMF therapy can enhance microcirculation, improving blood flow to tissues. This is particularly beneficial for diabetic patients who often have impaired blood circulation, aiding in better nutrient and oxygen delivery to tissues.

Bone Healing: Those diagnosed with diabetes are at increased risk for fractures and delayed bone healing. PEMF therapy can promote bone healing by stimulating osteoblast activity (cells responsible for bone formation) and enhancing mineralisation.

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HOW CONTRAST THERAPY CAN HELP DIABETES

Improved Circulation: Diabetes often leads to poor blood circulation, especially in the extremities. Contrast therapy can stimulate blood flow by causing vasodilation (expansion of blood vessels) with heat and vasoconstriction (narrowing of blood vessels) with cold. This alternating effect helps improve overall blood circulation, which is crucial for delivering oxygen and nutrients to tissues.

Reduction of Swelling: Cold therapy can reduce swelling and inflammation, while heat therapy can relax muscles and improve flexibility. This combination can be particularly beneficial for diabetic patients who experience swelling in their feet and legs.

Stress Relief: The soothing effect of heat therapy can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. Stress management is important for diabetic patients, as stress can negatively impact blood glucose levels.

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