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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy In Exeter, NH

If you’re living with chronic conditions such as Lyme Disease, Autoimmunity, Chronic Inflammation, Arthritis, or Traumatic Brain Injury, you probably are looking for better options. You may be interested in alternative treatments but are looking to prioritize the most advanced and effective options available. It’s discouraging to feel like you’re merely managing your symptoms instead of addressing the root causes of your condition. 

You should work with experienced professionals who understand your situation and can offer something new. You can find that at The AIM Clinic. As a leading provider of Integrative Medicine in Exeter, NH, we’ve helped thousands of patients. Let us help you find healing through HBOT and other innovative treatments!

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Our Medical-Grade Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Exeter, NH

At The AIM Clinic, we provide treatment for inflammation, infections, immune conditions, and injuries with our Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). The treatment consists of breathing in pure oxygen in a pressurized environment, which drives oxygen deep into the brain and body.  Our hardshell HBOT can deliver over 20 times more oxygen directly to tissue, allowing faster healing.

Unfortunately, many wellness centers only offer softshell “Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy” which doesn’t deliver levels of oxygen and pressure needed to heal most conditions. Our HBOT treatment is medical grade and provides 100% oxygen at pressures up to 3 ATA (equivalent to 69 feet scuba diving).  Your treatment pressure is determined by your condition and goals.  

Our HBOT services provide relief and promote healing for many conditions, including:

FDA Approved Conditions

Off-Label Conditions (Beneficial According to Medical Studies)

Benefits of HBOT for Various Patients

Besides improving oxygen supply to your cells, HBOT has many other properties that can help improve quality of life and longevity. HBOT provides systemic benefits for your whole body, including:

Key Research:

There are thousands of HBOT studies showing benefits.  Below are examples of the extensive research:

Treatment Frequency:

For optimal results, we recommend the following general session guidelines however this depends on the individual and what other treatments one is doing.

The HBOT treatment (known as a dive), is typically scheduled for 75 minutes inside a clear Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber while breathing high dose oxygen.  For some specific protocols, the session could be up to 120 minutes. The AIM Clinic uses only Medical Grade FDA Approved Chambers where studies show proven outcomes. While in the Chamber, one wears a mask breathing oxygen while relaxing and watching TV for a Zen comfortable experience.

Our team is trained to provide a process that makes our patients feel comfortable and able to complete their sessions. We have a team member next to you for the entire treatment to make any adjustments needed.  Be sure and let us know in advance if you feel you may experience any anxiety.

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Personalized Approach to a Holistic Experience

At The AIM Clinic, we don’t believe in one-size-fits-all solutions. We tailor our HBOT treatments to your needs, integrating advanced medical practices for a holistic experience. Our experienced professionals will help you create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your symptoms and concerns.

Start Your Healing Journey with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Exeter, NH

Don’t let your health conditions define your life. You deserve to enjoy a vibrant, high quality of life. The AIM Clinic offers personalized Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to help you achieve that. Ready to take control of your health? Here’s how:

Step 1

Get in touch with us to book your initial consultation.

Step 2

Work with our team to develop a personalized HBOT treatment plan.

Step 3

Start your treatments knowing you’re in caring and capable hands.


Don’t wait to come to see us. Schedule your next visit with The AIM Clinic.


The content on this website is for informational purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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