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Hyperbaric Centers of Florida - City Of Zephyrhills

5, 10, or 15 Hyperbaric Oxygen-Therapy Sessions at Hyperbaric Centers of Florida (Up to 79% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1/person, may buy 1 add'l as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appt req'd. 24hr cancellation notice req'd. Must sign waiver. Sessions must be used by the same person. Important patient disclosure. Consultation req'd; non-candidates will be refunded. Children under 14 will be treated in Multiplace chamber, must be accompanied by adult; add'l fee of $50 for a neck ring req'd. Fee will be waived if upgrade to a standard 40 dive protocol. Recent chest x-ray required prior to treatment; no more than 6 months old. Therapy sessions must be consecutive.

Questions and Answers 2 questions


Your web site says the "dive" is 90 min long, with total time 2 hours. Here you say one hour. With the Groupon, would be getting a less than desireable treatment due to the discounted cost?

Diane S.  asked on  Mar 14, 2013


Not in the least. Please look again. Our 90 min dives are usually $210.00 per dive. This special is on 1 hour dives because we prefer patients to take a 1 hour dive twice a day for better results. Feel free to call the office for more questions. 813-788-3969

Stephanie J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 15, 2013


By stating that all therapy sessions must be consecutive do you mean consecutive days with no breaks in-between? We are dealing with cancer issues and radiation necrosis. Is this something you treat? We have had an evaluation by Dr. Speigel of National Hyperbaric in Tampa and have had a few sessions in his facility. We have no insurance so the cost is prohibitive and we can only do it intermittantly. Thank you.

marjorie w.  asked on  Mar 12, 2013


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is Accumulative dose Therapy. It only works properly if you do it consecutively. Otherwise you are wasting your money. If you are a healthy person looking to just boost your stem cells or keep healthy, then taking a treatment every so often is ok. If you are looking for results then you need to follow a proper protocol. Everyone runs their businesses the way the see fit. We only want the BEST outcome for our patients therefore we schedule our patients accordingly. So to answer your question, yes you must either dive twice a day for 7 days or once a day for 15 days consecutively. (Including Weekends and Holidays). Twice a day is preferable. I highly recommend you call the office direct for more questions. FYI-- we have been treating a Cancer patient who sees us in between her radiation and she is doing fantastic, but she is doing it properly. Best Wishes.

Stephanie J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 12, 2013

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