A public meeting will take place at OxyGeneration, Merchants Road, later this month on the use of hyperbaric oxygen as a supplementary therapy for fibromyalgia.
The talk on fibromyalgia and OxyGeneration, by Dr Chris H Maharaj MD, consultant anaesthetist and pain specialist MB BCh BAO BSc FCARCSI in the Bon Secours and Galway University Hospital, will take place on Thursday May 24 from 7pm to 8.30pm.
Dr Maharaj will discuss the findings of the medical research paper on fibromyalgia from the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research at the Tel Aviv University Hospital, which is one of the largest hyperbaric centres worldwide.
John Carey, U-First Coaching and Development, will also speak at the event. Over the last 15 years, Mr Carey's influence on human performance has spanned across both sports and business. In the sports domain, he has delivered performance coaching to a number of elite athletes and teams, winning four World titles, six All-Ireland titles, and 69 All-Star awards.
The talk will take place from 7pm sharp to 8.30pm on May 24. Tickets can be booked by emailing [email protected], and an electronic ticket will be forwarded to you. Seats are limited so early booking is advised.
OxyGeneration is open daily from 10am for appointments. Bookings for the first OxyGeneration Fibro 60 Programme for the first 28 people can also be made at www.oxygenerstion.com OxyGeneration is a state of the art hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT ) clinic which has opened on Merchants Road in the city, offering therapeutic and healing treatment to the people of Galway and beyond.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the breathing of pure oxygen under pressure. During HBOT clients enter the chamber, sit in their own seat, in their own clothes, and are provided with an individual breathing mask. A session typically lasts 75 minutes.
HBOT is used as an adjunct therapy for a wide range of health issues such as beauty and skin wellness, dermatology, memory loss and positive ageing, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, diabetic foot syndrome, non-healing pressure injuries, serious infectious processes, radiation tissue damage, elevation of stem cell production after chemotherapy, sports injuries, inflammation, and to speed recovery after surgery.
OxyGeneration is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday 10am to 1pm.