All hyperbaric services are covered by OHIP
(no cost to the patient)

4619 Burgoyne St,
Mississauga, ON L4W 1G3

1.833.440.0202

Limb Preservation in the GTA

Our Hyperbaric services can be used in:

  • Sudden Hearing Loss
  • Radiation Therapy Complications
  • Limb Preservation (Amputation Avoidance)

Serving:

  • Greater Toronto Area

Contact us (905) 614-0057

Our guarantees:

  • Patient-centered care
  • Leading expertise in the field
  • Scientifically supported medical treatments
  • An interdisciplinary team that works in concert with other medical practitioners.

Using hyperbaric oxygen therapy, MEDICAL OXYGEN REPAIR – MO2R provides limb preservation services to patients in the GTA. Get in touch.

Limb Preservation

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) motivates the body to create oxygen-rich blood, when this blood reaches a wound site the healing process can occur faster.

Conditions treated include non-healing diabetic foot wounds, radiation damage to the bones, muscle, and skin, acute traumatic vascular injuries, soft tissue radiation necrosis and crush injuries.

MEDICAL OXYGEN REPAIR – MO2R, working in concert with the adjacent Mississauga Wound Clinic, treat a number of ailments, including the following conditions:

  • Arterial ulcers of the lower extremities, foot and ankle
  • Burns, post-radiation wounds
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Dry gangrene
  • Foot and ankle trauma, injuries and infected wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Resistant bone infection wounds/Refractory Osteomyelitis

We provide effective care

 

Limb Preservation GTA

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Amputation Avoidance

At MEDICAL OXYGEN REPAIR - MO2R, our amputation avoidance treatment combines standard wound care medication with hyperbaric oxygen therapy to ensure limb preservation.

As the only qualified physician providing CPSO supervision of MDs in Ontario, Dr. Wayne Evans ensures that every patient receives treatment tailored to their specific conditions. 

We have invested in Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) because the data shows it works. A review published online by Ontario Health Quality in May 2017 surveyed the safety, clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and patient preferences towards two treatments for diabetic foot ulcers:

  • standard wound care alone, and
  • standard wound care plus HBOT.

Although the results were mixed when comparing major amputation rates. The results for ulcers healed using standard wound care and HBOT were significantly higher than just standard wound care.


Claiming it improved their quality of life, patients also felt that HBOT was an effective treatment and reported that they were satisfied with how their ulcers healed.

HBOT is the proven and preferred treatment

 

Limb Preservation GTA

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