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Fee schedule

BaroMedical 2023 fee schedule 

Initial consultation . $ 115
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy adult     90 min : $ 345
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy child     60 min : $ 300
Oxygen massage 60 min : $ 150

Prepaid Packages 

"10+1" Package - pre-pay 10 and receive 11 sessions. Added value: 10%
         adult 90 min : $ 3,450
         child 60 min : $ 3,000
"20+3" Package - pre-pay 20 and receive 23 sessions. Added value: 15%
         adult 90 min : $ 6,900
         child 60 min : $ 6,000

Reverse Age Markers packages 

"Rejuvenation Package"
- pre-pay 40 sessions and receive 47. Added value: 17.5%
          90 min : $ 13,800
"Longevity Package"
- Prepay 60 sessions and receive 71. Added value: 18.3%
          90 min : $ 20,700
Holiday and after-hours appointment surcharge add $   50
Appointments cancelled less than one business day in advace charged in full
Late arrival for appointment shorten therapy time

All fees subject to 5% GST.
Payment by cash, cheque, debit or e-transfer.
Credit card, Paylpal charges: 3.5%

Insurance coverage

Your medical service plan or extended health care insurance may cover part of the cost of hyperbaric therapy and other services listed in this schedule.  Check with your plan provider to make arrangements for direct reimbursements.

Therapy and cost comparison

The cost and quality of hyperbaric oxygen services varies quite significantly when comparing different facilities and therapy programs. 

To address these issues and assist you in selecting the best services to suit your needs we created an information page on "Therapy Comparison"

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 Information contained on this site is intended for general consumer understanding and education. It should not be used as a substitute for any medical professional opinion, advice or prescribed medication nor should it serve as diagnosis or treatment of health problems.