A well established treatment for healing, combining a change in atmospheric pressure per specified protocol with 100% oxygen (which provides the body with a significant increased level of oxygen to the affected tissue) , especially for wounds caused by diabetes and blood vessel disease, as well as radiation injury after patients have been treated for cancer
Dr. Hall is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice and graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1982. He has specialized in hyperbaric medicine since 2010. Dr. Hall and his wife, Ella, have 3 sons, 2 grandsons & 2 granddaughters. He enjoys hunting, missions, and loving his family.
Cindy has provided nursing care since 1988, graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2005 as a National Health Service Corp Scholar & nurse practitioner. Cindy and her husband, Alan love their six children, five dogs, & two cats. They enjoy missions, service work, riding their Harley, and are Tennessee proud (Go Vols, Titans, & Preds!).
Brandi is a 2008 Middle Tennessee State University graduate. She is the mother of two daughters. She enjoys volunteering in her community and doing anything she can to help others. She's an a avid football fan (Roll Tide) and wine enthusiast.
Alisha is a native of Lafayette, TN and received her EMT training from Tennessee Tech University in Macon County in 2006. She is mom to a son and two daughters & enjoys spending time with her children and helping her parents on their family farm.
Jessica graduated from Volunteer State in Gallatin as an EMT-IV in 2007 and transitioned to an Advanced EMT. She has provided care in a variety of public service and finds joy in helping others. She enjoys singing and loving her great danes, James and Venus.
Arwen is a native of Lebanon and graduated from Volunteer State in Gallatin and is currently pursuing advanced EMT certification. She loves her dogs, Layla and Luna, and enjoys reading, cooking, and physical fitness.