Daily treatments are provided in both our state of the art ‘Monoplace’ and ‘Multiplace’ chambers.
We are the only facility in Cyprus to offer both options for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) treatments. Therefore, we can ensure that you get the best care and treatment possible for your condition.
In addition, we care for the ever-growing demand for providing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to patients suffering from various non-diving related diseases and injuries.
Our clinic opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 09:00 to 17:00.
First of all, we were established in Limassol in 2000. This was mainly to offer a better service to the increasing number of Recreational and Technical scuba divers visiting Cyprus, who could possibly need Recompression Therapy in the event of any diving incidents.
In 2009 we felt the need to expand, so we purchased a newer chamber and to move to Larnaca. As a result this made our facility more easily accessible to more of the island’s local and tourist divers. And it was here in Larnaca that we established the Poseidonia Medical Centre.
We offer specialisist medical care for Commercial and Recreational scuba divers suffering from DCI (Decompression Illness). Furthermore, a 24-hour EMS (Emergency Response System) is provided in our Hyperbaric Therapy Treatment Centre which is staffed with fully trained Hyperbaric Physicians, Certified Technicians and experienced ECHCO Chamber Operators and Attendants.
Especially relevant is that our Emergency Standby is throughout the year 24/7. At HTTC we follow internationally recognised treatment profiles, mostly based on US Navy, COMEX and European Undersea & Baromedical Society (EUBS) protocols.
These internationally acclaimed and recognised bodies set the benchmarks for Decompression Illness (DCI) treatments globally. Most noteworthy is that all protocols are applied on the physician’s recommendation depending on the severity of symptoms. In addition patience are offered treatments until the symptoms are completely resolved or alternative treatments are necessary.