Staff Report

Holistic Medical Care Clinic LLC is proud to open the first integrative, state of the art, stand-alone hyperbaric center in the Brandon/Tampa Bay area. Although Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) has been around for more than 350 years, it has been gaining ground as a complementary, holistic medical treatment option for a wide variety of FDA-approved neurological benefits, orthopedic uses, wound care, and other medical conditions. Disorders being treated include chemotherapy induced injuries, diabetic wounds, scars resulting from surgery, autism, cerebral palsy, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. Patients who have undergone plastic or C-section surgeries also do well with faster and complete healing of scar tissues.

Professional athletes have also been known to use HBOT to accelerate muscle healing due to sport injuries and to prevent irreversible damage to the brain. Although still in the experimental phase, athletes like NY Jets legend Joe Namath have endorsed the therapy after experiencing first-hand the benefits of the procedure.

Holistic Medical Care Clinic utilizes the state of the art, ETC Baramed monoplace hyperbaric chamber, one of the most advanced hyperbaric chamber system in the country today, to provide hyperbaric medicine treatment to improve patient’s quality of life.

The clinic is led by Nataliya Sia, ARNP and Sunny Sia, Psychiatric ARNP, who together founded the first NP-led integrative medical practice in Tampa Bay area back in 2014. IIntegrative medical procedures that are provided include hyperbaric medicine, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Prolozone therapy injection for chronic pain, Ultraviolet Intravenous (UV-IV) light, as well as Vitamin IVs treatment therapies, among others.

Please visit the company website at or call 398-0470 to learn more about the complementary therapy and to schedule an appointment. The office is located at 205 W Morgan St. in Brandon.

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