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Hyperbaric Treatment for Depression with our Joplin Chiropractor

Woman with depression in Joplin

The effective treatment of depression can prove elusive, and may also rely on drugs such as antidepressants that can alter the personality of the patient. At Skaggs Chiropractic, LLC we believe in treating our patients with the most advanced and safest techniques that are currently available. Chiropractic care is often considered an appropriate complementary treatment for patients suffering from a number of different ailments, including depression. Your Joplin chiropractor at Skaggs Chiropractic is dedicated to offering the greater Joplin Missouri area the option of safe, effective, and drug-free care.

We find that these hyperbaric sessions are beneficial for many of our patients, but your results may vary. The team at Skaggs Chiropractic encourages all of our patients who may benefit from this technique to learn more about how it may help them.

Hyperbaric Treatment for Depression from Your Joplin Chiropractor

There are many alternative options available for patients that suffer from depression. And the team at Skaggs Chiropractic, LLC, your Joplin chiropractor, are increasingly optimistic about the results that patients have experienced with hyperbaric treatment for depression. We are also seeing great results in patients utilizing hyperbaric sessions in as part of their PTSD treatment.

How Do Hyperbaric Treatments Work?

At our chiropractic center, we utilize a fully-immersive hyperbaric chamber where we are able to completely control the level of oxygen as well as the overall pressure that the patient will experience. The 90% - 100% of oxygen helps to increase the absorption of oxygen into the cells. This blast of oxygen helps the cells to heal and repair themselves more quickly and also helps to increase blood circulation. If you have depression that is linked to a head injury, the benefits can be two-fold, with the increase in oxygen also helping to repair the damage caused by the injury. 

It is important to note that this treatment method is still in the experimental phase and has not been approved by the FDA for the treatment of conditions such as PTSD and depression. However, the data that has been amassed through various studies are overwhelmingly positive, and many patients have found relief through adding the use of hyperbaric sessions as a complementary treatment for their condition.

The Entire Staff at Skaggs Chiropractic, LLC is Here to Help

If you suffer from depression and would like to learn more about safe, effective and drug-free health options such as hyperbaric treatment, we are here to help! To find out more about the ways that hyperbaric treatment can aid in the treatment of depression, please call our office today at 417-624-4242 to schedule a consultation. Skaggs Chiropractic, LLC is conveniently located at 1802 West 32nd in Joplin.

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  • "Myself and my wife both have had the pleasure of being clients of Steven Skaggs. Steve is the real deal with a huge heart and truly cares for his clients needs! Steve and his wonderful staff always go above and beyond to make sure that they are diagnosing and helping you with the best up to date information and technology available. I could not more highly recommend another Chiropractor in the Joplin area that will have your best interests in mind! Thank you for all you do Steven!"
    Jerry M.
  • "A huge thank you to Dr. Skaggs! My memory has been crap after my car wreck. Tonight after my Oxygen dive, I was able to recall an entire conversation to remember a request. That was huge for me."
    Michelle R.
  • "Dr. Skaggs found the cause of my frozen shoulder when the orthopedic docs didn't...it was partially sublexed!! After just 4-5 times of him putting it back in place I was able to start working on my range of motion!!!"
    Hilda C.