Oxygen Therapy at BitCare in Plano, TX

The key to a Healthier and Happier life

Say goodbye to shortness of breath and hello to better days with BitCare oxygen therapy.

How does it work?

The air pressure in the room is approximately 2 to 3 times the normal air pressure during therapy. Your ears will momentarily feel as though they are full due to the increased air pressure. Oxygen therapy lasts for about two hours for the majority of diseases. While you are receiving treatment, members of our medical staff will keep an eye on the therapy unit and you.

Oxygen Therapy at BitCare, Plano, TX

Inhaling pure oxygen under pressure is part of oxygen treatment. Decompression sickness, a possible risk of scuba diving, can be treated using hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Plano, TX. The air pressure in an oxygen treatment chamber is two to three times higher than outside air pressure. When these circumstances exist, your lungs can absorb much more oxygen than they would be able to when inhaling pure oxygen under normal air pressure.

A person receiving oxygen therapy, wearing nasal cannula and surrounded by medical equipment.


You’ll require multiple sessions of oxygen therapy to see results. Your medical condition will determine how many sessions you need. Some may require up to 40 treatments, such as non-healing wounds. Oxygen therapy typically forms a significant portion of a complete treatment strategy for treating approved medical disorders.

Oxygen Therapy at BitCare, Plano, TX

Complete the form to book a consultation or call (469)-750-CARE(2273). Our team shall contact you and discuss the treatment plan that will best suite you.

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Those with low blood oxygen levels may benefit from home oxygen therapy. Among the ailments, it can help include pulmonary fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

The body can work more efficiently thanks to improved blood oxygen levels brought on by oxygen treatment. As a result, it can raise energylevels, lessen breathlessness, and increase physical activity capacity.

Depending on your situation, you might need oxygen therapy for the rest of your life or just a few weeks or months. It all depends on your needs. You might need oxygen, for instance, if you have a respiratory infection until the condition goes away and your blood oxygen levels return to normal.