COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease 19) and our clinic


Open Again


You have all been missed so much during this time of staying home and staying safe. We at Ohana Hyperbarics are excited to announce that we have re-opened! Please call to make an appointment. (425)279-9859


While technically hyperbarics falls under essential services, we chose to close our doors out of an abundance of caution. We are becoming more aware that this has been a hardship for many of you and are eager to be available once again to provide this valuable therapy. 

As always, we want you to feel comfortable and safe during your therapy. The following procedures have been implemented to further increase safety here at Ohana Hyperbarics & Massage:

You always have the option to rent or purchase your own Hyperbaric Chamber.  This is an excellent and cost effective way for the whole family to do intensive therapy.  Now more than ever a home unit is a wise investment for your health.  Please call or email: 


*Temperatures will be taken at the front door and we ask that if you have any flu like symptoms that you stay home.

*You will be asked to wear your own mask or use one provided before entering the clinic

*Your oxygen mask will then be placed under this mask for the duration of your therapy 

*Please use the provided hand sanitizer at the front desk upon arrival 

*Each room is now equipped with HEPA and UV-C air purifiers

*Each chamber has added hepa filtration for the exhaust 

*Even more time has been added between each appointment to reduce the number of clients in the clinic at any one time 

*Operating hours are temporarily shortened  M- F: 10 am to 6 pm; S 10 am-2pm

Promising Research our of Wuhan

  Promising case report out of Wuhan that demonstrates successful treatment of critical and severe patients using Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT).  With just four to seven treatments lasting 2 hours each at 1.6 ATA of pressure.  This team showed drastic lasting improvements in SPO2 and lung functions and ultimate survival of each patient.

“Clinical reports and pathologic anatomic findings shown, progressive hypoxemia is the main cause of deterioration in patients with COVID-19."The mortality rate of critical patients in WuHan is close to 60%, and we are trying to solve the problem of hypoxia," Zhong Nanshan said on 27th Feb. HBOT is the strongest non-invasive oxygen therapy. In the early stage, 5 cases of severe and critical patients with COVID-19 were clinically treated, which proved that the long-term excellent clinical effect of using HBOT in treating hypoxia was also applicable to COVID-19 patients. The effect of HBOT is better than breathing atmospheric high flow oxygen and mechanical ventilation techniques. It is suggested that promote HBOT as an oxygen therapy treatment for critically ill patients with COVID-19, which is expected to significantly improve the treatment efficiency, reduce the medical pressure and the risk of infection, and decrease the mortality rate of critical patients. It has practical significance for further accelerating the overall victory of this epidemic, achieving the most effective treatment and realizing infection prevention control.” 


Zhong Xangling, the director of the Department of Hyperbaric

Oxygen in Wuhan Yangtze River Shipping General Hospital

Please see this  educational video: 

What is Hyperbaric Therapy?

Hyperbarics is a relaxing oxygen therapy that works by gently increasing the atmospheric pressure around you.  

Oxygen saturates the fluids and tissues of your body which effectively reduces inflammation, stimulates tissue repair, boosts the immune system and increases stamina.   Research has shown that Hyperbarics is effective at improving conditions such as: Addiction, Autism, Alzheimer’s & Dementia, Athletic Performance, Cancer, Chronic , Fatigue, Crohn's, Cerebral Palsy, Concussion, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Heart Disease, Infertility, Lyme Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Pre-& Post, Surgery, Radiation Damage, Traumatic Brain Injury / PTSD, Poor Circulation, Parkinson’s, Disease, Shingles, Stroke.


Hyperbaric and Wellness Services



Mild Hyperbaric Therapy

 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is the medical use of oxygen in a pressurized environment, at a level higher than 1 atmosphere absolute (ATA). Increased pressure allows for oxygen to dissolve and saturate the blood plasma (independent of hemoglobin/red blood cells), which yields a broad variety of positive physiological, biochemical and cellular effects. This noninvasive therapy is the most trusted way to increase oxygen levels to all organs of the body. The typical treatment lasts for 60-90 minutes, during which the patient lies down and breathes normally.

HBOT has been demonstrated in several clinical studies to enhance the body’s innate ability to repair and regenerate. It is used as an adjunct therapy to complement and enhance the healing process in both chronic and acute conditions. 



Massage and Hyperbaric therapy are a wonderful combination to reducing your stress and speeding recovery.  At Ohana Hyperbarics you are in good hands with our  experienced Licensed Massage therapists.   We offer relaxation, deep tissue and Swedish. 


AVACEN - Dry Heat Microcirculation

The AVACEN  is a patented and FDA-Cleared Class II medical device that uses cutting edge technology developed by AVACEN Medical to reduce pain .  It incorporates heat therapy and negative pressure to increase local circulation and infuse heat into a unique vascular network, located in the palm of the hand. Raising the blood temperature at this “single point treatment” (the palm) increases blood temperature throughout the body naturally via the circulatory system. This can benefit the entire body.  This is an excellent compliment to your massage and hyperbaric therapies or can be done at home to maintain pain reduction.  For more information : 

For Further Information

Hyperbaric Experts

Interesting in learning more?  www.HyperbaricExperts.Com is a wonderful resource to learn about how the physiological effects of hyperbaric therapy. 

Hyperbaric Medicine International

 For information about hyperbaric medicine advocacy, especially for Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress please visit: