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Brevard Regional Hyperbaric Center

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Wound Care. It's About Healing Faster and Restoring Quality of Life so Patients can get Back to What Matters

Brevard Regional Hyperbaric Center
1698 W. Hibiscus Blvd.
Suite B
Melbourne, FL 32901
Fax: 321.802.5101
321.676.3200
Today's Hours: Closed
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About Us

Brevard Regional Hyperbaric Center opened its doors in 1999 practicing clinical Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. We have the largest civilian owned Hyperbaric Chamber in the United States. Certified to treat up to 14 patients at a time, but limit treatment size to 6 to maximize patient comfort.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a safe, non-invasive way to promote healing and recovery in patients. Hyperbaric treatment heals the damaged tissues and bone by promoting healthy growth of new blood vessels. During the 90 minute treatment patients breathe 100% pure oxygen which stimulates cell regeneration. The oxygenated cells then go to work repairing damage caused by radiation therapy, diabetes, or chronic bone infections.

Medical Director Dr. Paul W. Buza, is a board certified Neurologist and graduate from Michigan State University, College of Medicine. Dr. Buza is ardently dedicated to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and the power it has to enhance healing in specialized medical applications. He was instrumental in hyperbaric medicine in our community which is now considered the, “Standard of Care”. Dr. Buza’s state of the art hyperbaric chamber has treated over 48,000 patients since 1999.

We recognize that each patient has unique health care needs, and we offer affordable, professional and compassionate care.  Centrally located in Brevard County we meet the new Medicare and UHMS guidelines for Hyperbaric Medicine.

“Healing Power with a Human Touch.”

We Specialize In:

  • Neurology Consultations
  • Scuba Diving Physicals
  • Sport Injury Hyperbarics
  • General Wound Care
  • Non-Healing Diabetic Wounds
  • Osteoradionecrosis (Radiation Injury of the Bone)
  • Soft Tissue Radiaonecrosis (Radiation Injury to Soft Tissue)
  • Chronic Refractory Osteomyelitis (Infection of the Bone)
  • Additional Hyperbaric Indications

Physician and Self-Refferals Are Welcome!

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