Our new individual, state-of-the-art Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy chambers are spacious, and will allow you to comfortably sit up or lie down. You will receive the luxury of HBOT treatment in your private chamber. We look forward to delivering the outstanding experience you deserve

The number of treatments will depend on the condition that is being treated. Please call or email our Hyperbaric staff to answer any additional questions and discussed your treatment plan.

info@hyperbaricmontreal.com /or call Lisa at: 514-845-1234

  • Dissolves increasing amounts of oxygen into the blood plasma which then carries oxygen into compromised tissues.
  • Decreases tissue hypoxia. Provides oxygen so that the cells will have the energy they need to perform their normal function.
  • Regulates inflammatory conditions.
  • Enhances cell metabolic response 
  • Triggers stem cell mobilization to repair injured or damaged tissue
  • Accelerates the formation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis).

To make your hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment run as smoothly as possible, here are some helpful tips. At Les Cours Hyperbaric Centre, our treatments are safe and non-invasive. However, the increased air pressure in the chamber is similar to what is felt as you land in a commercial airplane. The difference is that we can adjust the pressure to ensure patient comfort.  Our technicians are with you every step of the way and will offer you a variety of techniques to ensure your comfort.

Yes, recent studies have demonstrated positive results using HBOT to enhance brain functionality and prevent age-related cognitive decline.

A typical treatment lasts between 60 – 90 minutes, depending on your condition. 

The initial consultation is essential to provide you with a safe and effective tailored treatment program.

No, over 95% of all activity at our hyperbaric facility is related to the treatment of conditions not related to scuba diving.

Patients are not permitted to take any kind of electronics inside the hyperbaric chamber, however an external entertainment system is available so that you may watch movies or TV shows.

Yes. Hyperbaric oxygen has been demonstrated to be safe and effective in treating children. In fact, the largest studies of children treated with hyperbaric oxygen have been conducted in the Province of Quebec.

Treatment of the patient during pregnancy is usually avoided unless the life of the mother is in danger, and the treatment of the critical patients would be done in the hospital setting.


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is currently viewed as being new and controversial. However, the concept and utilization has, in fact, been in existence since the 1830’s.

In the late 1800 the use of pressure as a therapeutic intervention gained recognition for the treatment of decompression sickness or the “bends” within industrial medicine in treating workers building bridges, tunnels and in diving operations. Its effectiveness in this role is undisputed within the mainstream medical community.

Its integration into the medical mainstream, however, has been met with skepticism. This reluctance is tied to the availability of hyperbaric systems and the failure of the hyperbaric community to organize research so that the effects of pressure and oxygen are isolated for their therapeutic response.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a method of safely delivering high doses of Oxygen to the body, the treatment consists in intermittent, short term, high dose Oxygen inhalation and is done by breathing inside a specialized chamber under pressure.

The pressure inside the chamber causes the Oxygen you breathe to be dissolved in your blood to levels that we don’t need the red cells to be the primary carriers anymore. 

The net effect is to increase the dissolved oxygen within the blood, which is then delivered into the ‘targeted tissue’.

HBOT is not a “cure it all”, but continues to demonstrate significant improvements in difficult situations ; assisting patients with problems ranging from simple delayed wound healing to complex disabilities and impairment.

  • HBOT is safe and effective.
  • HBOT is non-invasive non-surgical.
  • HBOT unlike many other treatments and surgical procedures, has few side effects, and almost none of any lasting nature.
  • HBOT is a complementary treatment that works well with other forms of therapies and or requisite medications. It enhances the effectiveness of traditional and complementary therapies.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a treatment option used for hypoxic and inflammatory conditions. Hypoxia is a significant component in the pathology in conditions such as stroke, cancer, heart disease and chronic lung disease. The unavailability of oxygen if not resolved leads to tissue injury and eventually death. In this role it is used to complement other forms of treatment recommended by the patient’s primary physician, to promote stabilization and repair.

Some have attempted to describe HBOT as a “cure all”. It is not. When relegated to a position of last resort, much longer series of treatment are required to get the desired results. Expectations of outcomes must be realistic, and in line with clinical diagnosis. When fully integrated into a multi-disciplinary approach, the effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy are significant and certainly can make a difference in the outcome of the treatment.

What are the benefits of HBOT?


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy improves the quality of life of the patient in many areas when standard medicine is not working.

Can HBOT help you?


Yes. If your condition involves injury, wounding, loss of blood supply, or inflammation, we would be surprised if HBOT did not help you.

The Oxygen Revolution


Oxygen can be used therapeutically for a wide range of conditions where tissues have been damaged by oxygen deprivation