Kyle Van Dyke

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a specialized medical intervention in which the atmospheric pressure is increased above 1 ATA, usually by the filling of a single person chamber, multi-place chamber or a hyperbaric room with a dose specific amount of oxygen (atmospheric oxygen or enriched oxygen). During a hyperbaric “dive,” the fluids and tissues of the body receive an infusion of readily available oxygen. In fact, even cells and areas of the body with limited circulation become saturated in oxygen. Dr. Kyle Van Dyke will talk to Teri about this today, describing how this can help conditions that persons diagnosed with autism may also have. Dr. Van Dyke is a board certified family physician who became involved in autism when his son was diagnosed in 2004. He has special interest in gastrointestinal issues, diet, HBOT, and mitochondrial dysfunction. See also