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NewsOxify - Now open in Manchester.

Oxify – Now open in Manchester.

Manchester has been at the forefront of many cutting-edge technologies over the decades.

From the industrial revolution’s shuttle to the modern-day computer, Manchester now welcomes the opening of Oxify’s 3rd offering. You can find Oxify’s new centre, just 10 mins from Manchesters’ bustling heart and a stone’s throw from the A580 with its links to Liverpool. Oxify now offers alternative and non-invasive therapy to help relieve countless ailments and a myriad of sporting injuries.

Oxygen treatment is known as HbOT by doctors. It stands for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HbOT). There are two parts to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HbOT) – Increased purity of Oxygen and Higher than normal pressure. The air we normally breathe contains 21% oxygen and 78% nitrogen, with the remaining 1% being contributed by noble gases and carbon dioxide.

In HbOT, you breathe 95% pure oxygen. The chambers are pressurised to 1.45 Bar, which is almost one and a half times the pressure we usually experience in our everyday lives. The unique HbOT combination of pure oxygen at high pressure has been shown to revitalise the body. Better still, these benefits involve no drugs and are non-intrusive

At Oxify, they use their (HbOT) therapy to treat various sports injuries, from acute traumatic injury to muscle contusions and ankle sprains, as well as many debilitating and chronic diseases, from Parkinson’s Disease, Fibromyalgia, Dementia to Stokes and Migraines (HbOT). There are many benefits to using the treatment and much-growing evidence and testament. Oxygen is also the primary fuel for skin rejuvenation, improving elasticity and helping to reduce cellulite and wrinkles.

Some sports stars who have used hyperbaric oxygen therapy include Marcus RashfordMohamed Salah, Neymar da Silva Santos, Michael Phelps, and LeBron James.

Even the former Sky Sports pundit Chris Kamara has opened up about his battle with his speech condition Apraxia and how going into Oxify’s chambers for regular therapy has given him more confidence and helped subdue the brain fog.

Most people think the diving community first found Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to treat decompression illness. But, nothing could be further from the truth, with oxygen therapy beginning as early as 1662, when the British physician Nathaniel Henshaw built the first pressurised room to treat pulmonary and digestive conditions. It wasn’t until 1799 that it was used as a compression hyperbaric air diving bell for underwater repairs.

Over more recent years, there has been much more positive research and papers written on its ever-growing and far-reaching benefits;

As such HbOT can provide a fantastic therapy for a huge range of ailments & issues from tissue recovery, stress relief, skin rejuvenation, chronic fatigue, sports recovery and so much more.

Here is one such paper published, on Long Covid;


More can be found on its benefits here;


Or visit the Oxify website for more information;


And lots of great testimonials;


Oxify’s short-term vision is to have another dozen therapy centres to help grow awareness and help benefit more people without the use of invasive treatments or dangerous side effects.

In the long term, Oxify will become the number one go-to clinic of non-evasive hyperbaric oxygen therapy you can rely on and trust to help you and your loved ones live a longer and healthier life.

To visit Manchesters branch;

Call 0161 240 6223 or Email [email protected]. or Visit Oxify, Grosvenor House, Agecroft Enterprise Park, Downcast Way, Pendlebury, Manchester, M27 8UW

Sam Allcock
Sam Allcock
With over 20 years of experience in the field SEO and digital marketing, Sam Allcock is a highly regarded entrepreneur. He is based in Cheshire but has an interest in all things going on in the North West and enjoys contributing local news to the site.
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