A hyperbaric chamber patient watches television from inside the chamber as a nurse monitors the pressure at EvergreenHealth’s Wound Care and Hyperbarics Center in Monroe. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

A hyperbaric chamber patient watches television from inside the chamber as a nurse monitors the pressure at EvergreenHealth’s Wound Care and Hyperbarics Center in Monroe. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

This little-known therapy is saving limbs and healing wounds

Steve Mataya was told he would lose his foot. Then he discovered hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Monroe.

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