England Rugby Captain Dylan Hartley – Henshaw Space Chamber
Dylan Hartley is an iconic former Premiership and International Rugby player.
Now retired, he spent 14 years and over 250 games playing for the Northampton Saints, with 8 of those years as captain.
He also has 97 caps for England, some of those as team captain when the team achieved an impressive 85% win rate.
Now retired due to a knee injury he picked up in 2018, Dylan recently launched his new book ‘The Hurt’, which became the Sunday Times Sports Book of the Year 2020.
In the book Hartley writes ‘Rugby is great for the soul, but terrible for the body.’ He explains in detail what rugby has done to his body and what he is doing with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to support his body now and into the future.
The rugby star has a Henshaw Hyperbaric Oxygen chamber installed in his house so that he can focus on repairing the damage done by his many years playing at the very highest levels of the sport.
Here’s what he had to say about his new chamber…
“After years of putting myself through the rigours of professional rugby, I am now focused on being as diligent as I can to repair my body.
Good daily habits were always a mainstay during my career and now in retirement applying the same positive approach to routine has helped me stay focused, productive and ultimately healthier.
Time in my Henshaw using HBOT is part of that daily routine. It has had a positive impact on my general well-being and most importantly, I’ve found a significant improvement in my cognitive function.”