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Dr. Parichat Wanchum

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

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Yanhee International Hospital

Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Thailand








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454 Charan Sanitwong Rd, Khwaeng Bang Ao, Khet Bang Phlat, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10700, Thailand


Certain medical conditions such as decompression sickness, carbon monoxide poisoning, severe infections, and stubborn wounds require a special treatment known as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy or HBOT. This therapy involves breathing pure oxygen in a high-pressure environment. When this extra oxygen is absorbed in the blood and transported to the whole body, it helps fight bacteria and triggers the release of growth factors and stem cells, which promote healing. Dr. Parichat Wanchum is one trained healthcare professional and specializes in treating patients who require Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. She is currently working at Yanhee International Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand. Dr. Parichat Wanchum completed her Doctor of Medicine degree from Bangkok Metropolitan Medical College in 2015 and kept advancing in her field doing many post-graduate courses and training. In 2009, she obtained the training certificate required to operate the Fortius 420 Hyperbaric Chamber from Oxy Health LLC. She also earned the certification of Hyperbaric Medicine, approved by the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine in 2010. Later in 2016, Dr. Parichat Wanchum learned Chelation Therapy from Chelation Medical Association, Thailand. She also holds the 6th Introduction to Practical Cell Therapy Workshop Certificate from the Association of Cell Therapy, Thailand. Since 2009, Dr. Parichat Wanchum has been serving in the Hyperbaric Department of Yanhee International Hospital, Thailand, and is known for premium treatment of Anti-Aging, Hyperbaric Therapy, and Underwater Medicine. Dr. Parichat Wanchum is an active participant and member of various Thai medical associations, including the Medical Council of Thailand, Chelation Medical Association Thai (CMAT), and Association of Cell Therapy, Thai (ACT, THAI)