The only insurance reimbursable conditions approved by the FDA are the following: decompression sickness, gas embolism, CO and cyanide poisoning, gas gangrene, selected aerobic and anaerobic soft tissue infections, osteomyelitis, intracranial abscess, management of fungal disease, radiation injury to tissue, exceptional blood loss/anemia, crush injury/compartment syndrome, ischemia reperfusion injuries, skin grafts and flaps, healing in selected problem wounds, and treatment of thermal burns.
Keep in mind, these conditions above are candidates for the high pressure, 100% pressurized oxygen chambers seen in hospitals. The chamber we possess is considered a mild, pressurized air chamber (m-HBOT).
But just because it's mild, does not mean it is weak. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy DOES NOT work specifically because of the amount of oxygen, it works because of pressure.