What do World-Class Tennis and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy have in common?

What do World-Class Tennis and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy have in common? The answer is the world's #1-ranked men's tennis player Novak Djokovic and HMI Board Member Mal Hooper.

Australian Open Champion and #1-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic (second from left) with HMI Board Member Malcolm Hooper (third from left). Mal's innovative integration of HBOT into Sports Medicine practices has helped Novak and many other world-class athletes achieve and maintain peak performance. 

In winning the recent Australian Open, Novak wowed fans with a series of commanding performances before decisively clinching the championship in three short sets in the final.

Novak shared with our members how HBOT had helped him consistently deliver championship performances at our HBOT 2017 Conference held in New Orleans. Watch Novak shares his experiences here: https://www.facebook.com/hyperbaricmedicalfoundation/videos/1068606259943318/

Mal Hooper is one of Australia's leading practitioners of Hyperbaric Medicine and has provided support for Novak in six of his seven wins at the Australian Open. Mal also provides consultancy to many other world-class athletes. In integrating HBOT to solve some of the common challenges in Sports Medicine, Mal rigorously evaluates the impact of HBOT on a large set of cytokine and other biomarkers related to athletic performance to keep world-class athletes like Novak playing at peak levels.  

Learn more about Mal Hooper and his innovative work with Hyperbaric Medicine here https://www.oxymed.com.au/

Watch Mal Hooper speak on "Sports Recovery and Performance with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy" at our HBOT 2017 Conference here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QujosXea3dk

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