FAQS

The chamber is inflated using purified air, so you’ll never run out of air to breathe inside. However, the best benefit will be gained from wearing the mask from start to finish of your session.

The start of the chamber experience feels very much like descending in a plane. Once the optimum pressure has been reached (1.35 ATA) you won’t notice the change in pressure anymore.

We have been proudly offering HBOT to the Northern Rivers and Southern Gold Coast area since December 2018. Over this time we have had people from all walks of life and all ages in our chamber. Professional athletes, MS sufferers, brain-injured patients, people with breathing difficulties, non-healing wounds, post surgical patients, travellers with jet lag and many more have used our HBOT with great results.

You can read a book, do some light stretching, meditate or just take a nap. Bringing an electronic device is possible, but it is at your own risk.

Comfortable, loose fitting clothes are best. Please avoid wearing strong perfumes or colognes for the comfort of the user after you.
Yes! Your comfort and safety are of the utmost importance at GPT, so we follow a strict HBOT protocol when putting you in the chamber and while recompressing you back to normal pressure. As with all treatments, there are some small risks but your therapist will go through a medical questionnaire prior to your first appointment to judge your suitability for this therapy and any contraindications which may prevent you using the chamber.

Each private health fund pays a different amount, based on the level of cover you have. If you want to know the exact amount, you’ll need to contact your insurer. We have a HICAPS machine on-site though, so you can claim on your massage straight away!

Sports massage is a targeted approach for athletes of all levels. It does not need to be painful to be effective. Always communicate with your therapist if you have specific needs or concerns. We are here to listen!
Lymphatic drainage massage takes longer to complete than a remedial massage, because of the nature of the movements and the objective your therapist is trying to achieve. 30 minutes is not long enough to get a significant change in the lymphatic system, so the sessions are typically longer.
Yes! And many of our patients love to double up with a massage session and HBOT. It doesn’t matter which comes first, however, most prefer the massage first so they can fall asleep in the chamber afterward. Always remember to consult with your doctor if you have serious health conditions about both remedial massage and hyperbaric treatment.
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