AHR Staff
AHR Staff

January 19, 2018
AHR Staff

Sammy Enos Update

January 17, 2017

Hi I just wanted to share some good news we had with Sammy. A few weeks back Sammy went in for an EEG test to measure for seizure activity. He had a horrific seizure at 13 months. We got the test results back and they were clear. Completely free of seizure activity!

This is a huge shift for this little guy . We just saw his neurologist and he even admitted he was surprised by the result. To our great surprise and relief , he said we now can ween Sam off the phenobarbital! Just amazing!

I am so beyond proud of this little guy. He continues to surprise us all. We have sought out therapies that will assist Sammy in reaching milestones but that also heal on a deep level. I feel like that is what we are starting to see in his test results and in just the beautiful little boy in front of us. We are so lucky and thankful for all your love and support!

Thank you so much for being a huge part of this deep and miraculous healing. We hope to see you soon. I am hoping we could do a summer session. Trying to figure out the money stuff now. Happy New Year! We miss EVERYONE at HBOT.

AHR Staff

March 19, 2016
AHR Staff


November 2015 Newsletter “Help for Diabetics!”

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Time For A Change!

Are you tired of seeing the Diabetic in your life suffer? In honor of National Diabetes month we would like to help you, help them.

Preventative medicine for diabetic patients is becoming more advanced everyday and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is at the forefront! 

What can HBOT do for you or your diabetic friends and family?:

  • It can significantly speed the healing of diabetic wounds and ulcers

  • HBOT has shown to reduce the need for insulin injections of many patients

  • HBOT empowers patients to avoid costly surgeries and amputations and save life and limb

“Diabetes is a great example whereby, giving the patient the tools, you can manage yourself very well.”

Clayton Christensen


What effect does HBOT have on a diabetic wound?

Robert is a school teacher who was able to return to work after 2 years of suffering with a non-healing wound. Now he is able to keep up with his 2nd grade class, garden and swim again without any difficulty.

Within two weeks of starting the treatments, the technicians at the wound care clinic noticed a significant improvement in the condition of the wound. They stated that they had never seen a wound change so quickly and were delighted. The end result of the sessions in the chamber can be seen in this photo. 

The proof is in the science!: 

Eighteen diabetic patients with ischaemic, nonhealing lower-extremity ulcers were recruited in this double-blind study. Patients were assigned randomly to receive either 100 per cent oxygen (treatment group) or air (control group), at 2.4 atmospheres of absolute pressure for 90 min daily, for a total of 30 treatments. Wound surface areas were measured at baseline and then at 2, 4, 6 and 12 weeks, and 6 months.At 12 weeks, healing with complete epithelialization was achieved in 13 of 19 ulcers in the treatment group compared with four of 14 ulcers in the control group (P=0.024, [chi]2 test). The mean(s.d.) decrease of the wound area in the treatment group was 83(36) per cent and that in the control group was 56(39) per cent (P=0.021, Mann-Whitney U test). Hyperbaric oxygen therapy enhanced the healing potential of ischaemic, non-healing, diabetic leg ulcers and may be used as a valuable adjunct to conventional therapy when reconstructive surgery is not possible. Abidia, A.; Kuhan, G.; Laden, G.; Bahia, H.; Johnson, B.; Wilkinson, A.; Renwick, P.; Masson, E.*; McCollum, P. T. Department of Vascular Surgery, Academic Surgical Unit and *Department of Medicine, Hull Royal Infirmary and The University of Hull, Hull, UK

Featured Video:

Maryann was confined to a wheelchair with a non-healing diabetic ulcer. She was facing amputation before she did HBOT. “My wound has healed magnificently . . . I’m out of my wheelchair, walking and driving again without anyone’s help!”
Maryann, Tiburon

“The role of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in diabetes preventative care is in re-oxygenating hypoxic tissue, regulating blood sugar level and promoting growth of blood vessels and nerve endings.”

In the textbook of Hyperbaric Medicine we see that there is “noted improvement of cardiovascular complications in diabetic patients on using HBO therapy and later reported HBO as an adjunct to diet and insulin in the treatment of moderately severe diabetes in 130 patients. The dosage of insulin was reduced by 4-38 units in 62.3% of the patients after treatment.”

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New Yelp Review!

November 12, 2015

5 Star review:



I am a 84 year old male being treated for osteoradionecrosis. My Kaiser Doctor referred me to AHR for a series of hyperbaric oxygen therapy sessions ( the medical profession calls the sessions “dives”) in conjunction with massive doses of a powerful antibiotic. My sessions at AHR have truly been outstanding. The place is spotlessly clean and the entire staff is highly professional, friendly and accommodating to your needs and personal requests. Each chamber is very comfortable and commodious for a fellow who is 6’4″ in height and I never had any after or side effects following each session. I unequivocally highly recommend this facility for anyone requiring hyperbaric oxygen treatments. This clinic and its entire staff are really great!

-Willis A. from Healdsburg, CA


New Yelp Review!

November 1, 2015

New Yelp Review


I have been to this office several times over the last few years and have found it to be a calm, relaxing and inviting environment. It is always clean and well maintained. The staff of professionals are all friendly, very knowledgeable in their field and genuinely interested in every person that walks through the door. I can’t imagine a better environment for healing. I highly recommend this facility over all other hyperbaric facilities.

-Trevor B.

Zach Thill






Dear (AHR Staff),

Thank you! We have loved everyday of HBOT! Thank you for working with us to make both Sam and I feel safe comfortable and welcome.

It has been a pleasure just to see you all everyday.

The treatments themselves have been wonderful as well. We noticed changes in Sammy very quickly. First in quality of sleep. Which was huge for us as a family. Then in new ways of communication. He started to communicate “yes” and “no” then he even started taking more and babbling more!!!

And then in movement. He now is moving forward, nearly crawling. He can go get any toy he wants! He also seems to enjoy moving so much more and wants to play for hours!!! When I think that all this change happened in just about 8 weeks, I can’t believe it! HBOT has improved the quality of our lives profoundly! And all of you have worked to make it one of the most fun and joyful experiences of our lives!

Thank you for helping us to heal. We are so grateful there are passionate and dedicated people, like yourselves, that truly want to help those in need. Thank you!!!


(AHR Patient & Family)


Note form our staff:

Sammy has a go fund me page located at this link, please lets all work together to help such an amazing and loving kid!! We also received a media release to be able to show you first hand the joy that Sammy and his family bring us. It has been amazing for our staff to watch yet another amazing little guy with cerebral palsy progress so much!

Sammy and Zac cerebral palsy