Midwest Mild Hyperbarics - Black Hawk

Come see our new hyperbaric location at the Peaceful Pines Plaza!

Midwest Mild Hyperbarics
5610 Peaceful Pines Rd, Suite 5
Black Hawk, SD 57718


Call: (605) 430-4680 to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions.

See you soon!
 
 

NanoVi™ helps repair everyday cell damage caused by what you eat, what you breathe, what you are exposed to, and oxidative stress.


 
 

Treating Fibromyalgia with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Diane, was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia after a auto accident that left her hospitalized. She developed intense pain in her neck, shoulders and back and was confined to her bed much of the time to cope with the pain. She began taking pain medication, various vitamins, herbs and homeopathic remedies, which lowered the pain enough to manage day by day. 

 
 
Everyone must see this. “Hyperbaric Miracles” (L.A. City Films, John Salcedo) nominated for 2016 Prism Awards. The films are powerful statement about the effects of HBOT for veterans with TBI. This two-part series tells the true stories of combat veterans, and the true story of how HBOT heals brains and restores lives. It’s time for the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs to begin heal these heroes.
 
 
Studies have shown that children with Autism may have decreased blood flow through the brain, and more specifically, the sides of the brain.  This can be shown on a SPECT scan (a very special CT scan).  Less blood flow through the brain can be equated with decreased oxygen flowing through the brain as well, since one of the major roles of blood flow is to deliver oxygen to tissues.  By increasing the amount of oxygen carried by the blood stream (more specifically, the plasma), the greater opportunity for oxygen deprived tissue to receive more oxygen.

 
 
Cerebral Palsy (CP) affects 1 in 303 children in the U.S. (8,000 new cases every year) making it the most devastating motor disability in childhood. This tragic disorder affects movement, posture and other motor skills and may result in the need for life-long care. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has been shown, in some studies, to ameliorate the effects of CP. Many forms of Cerebral Palsy result from a lack of oxygen to the brain. The affected brain tissue, or penumbra, can be recovered or improved by introducing increased levels of oxygen. HBOT has been shown to be a promising treatment with multiple studies reporting improvements with its application. Studies have demonstrated the benefits of HBOT for OP with the following:

 
 
Lester Schuldt had a non-healing wound on his leg for a couple of years. The only option was he was given by medical doctors was to amputate his leg. After coming to Midwest Mild Hyperbarics and participating in a series of mild hyperbaric treatments, the wound healed up (completely) in a matter of two months although improvement was evident after only a few treatments...


 
 
Post Surgery Testimonial
Kent Nutall, Nutall Smiles of Auburn, WA, explains his experience with hyperbaric oxygen therapy post-surgery.  Saw pain relief during his first session.


Video Credit: http://freshstarthyperbaric.com/
 
 
Age-related diseases are a growing concern world-wide. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has been shown, in some studies, to help combat degeneration by contributing to the regeneration of tissue and blood vessels. HBOT stimulates the development of new blood vessels in areas of the body where circulation is compromised and is utilized by some physicians to help treat Coronary Heart Disease, Macular Degeneration, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Arthritis and immune related diseases. Additionally, HBOT helps promote collagen activation to help battle the signs of aging including skin damage and elasticity. Clinical studies have demonstrated the benefits of HBOT for age-related degenerative conditions by providing cellular aid to all organs in the body to promote health and beauty.

 
 
The alarming number of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in recent years has tragically increased; from 1 in 150 in 2000 to 1 in 88 by 2008. Due to that increase, more and more parents have turned to alternative forms of treatment to counteract the underlying symptoms of autism. Traditional medicines have often failed at producing desired results for many patients with autism and their families. However, studies have demonstrated hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) as an emerging treatment that parents and physicians are utilizing to help ameliorate the effects of ASD. This non-invasive 
treatment is as simple as a one hour daily session, where the parent and child enter a hyperbaric chamber and receive increased levels of oxygen. HBOT has been shown to decrease inflammation and improve cognitive functions, which have substantially helped thousands of ASD patients. Studies have demonstrated the benefits of HBOT for autism with the following: