"Aerophobia clinic" opened at Domodedovo airport

"Aerophobia clinic" opened at Domodedovo airport


As part of the implementation of the concept of passenger care, the DMEMED Airport Medical Center has introduced a service for patients with signs of aerophobia.

Now visitors can get specialized help and overcome the fear of flying.

The clinic uses xenox therapy, a unique method of relieving anxiety disorders and pain syndromes, the essence of which is the inhalation of a xenon-oxygen mixture. The concentration of the mixture is selected by the doctor individually, depending on the gender, age, and state of health of the patient. The use of xenox helps to get rid of anxiety, tension and pain manifestations, as well as stabilizes the psychological state.

"The opening of the Aerophobia Clinic is another step in building a system of care for service-sensitive passengers," says Sergey Makhnev, chief physician of the DMEMED Medical Center.

A xenox therapy session and a doctor's consultation last about 45 minutes. It is necessary to make an appointment for the procedure in advance on the website of the medical center and plan your time at the airport taking into account its duration.

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