Comparative study of the effectiveness of a low-pressure hyperbaric oxygen treatment and physical exercise in women with fibromyalgia: randomized clinical trial
Keywords: Cortical Excitability, Functional Ability, Pain
Title: Comparative study of the effectiveness of a low-pressure hyperbaric oxygen treatment and physical exercise in women with fibromyalgia: randomized clinical trial
Publisher: Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease (Print: Volume 12, 2020) (Online: 06/24/2020)
Pressure: 1.45 ATA
Oxygen Concentration: 97%
Duration: 90 min
Conclusion: Low-pressure HBOT and physical exercise improve pressure pain threshold, endurance and functional capacity, as well as physical performance. Induced fatigue and perceived pain at rest significantly improved only with low-pressure HBOT.
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