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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Woods has said he has received oxygen treatment in a hyperbaric chamber.

Posted 25th May 2010
The main thing that most people know about Tiger Woods' current home in Orlando is that there's a fire hydrant nearby. But several details have surfaced about Woods' plans for his 12-acre property nearby in Jupiter Island.
Like building a room devoted to oxygen therapy.
Through his attorney, Woods has filed notices of commencement paperwork to begin work on a practice golf course, a series of pools and the oxygen therapy room for his 9,000-square-foot home, according to TCPalm.com
Such rooms typically feature a hyperbaric chamber, a steel tank that delivers pure oxygen to the body in high atmospheric pressure. Supposedly, Michael Jackson slept in one in hopes of looking younger, and they are credited with helping ward off arthritis, allergies and fatigue. Athletes sometimes use them to help recover from injuries.
Woods has said he has received oxygen treatment in a hyperbaric chamber.
TCPalm.com says the oxygen room and practice course might take a year to complete. The report added that the paperwork offers no indication of who will live at the house, as Woods sorts out his private life.
The practice course is to be built by Georgia-based Medalist Golf, Inc., which designed the exclusive McArthur Golf Course in Hobe Sound, Fla. Neighbors include Celine Dion, who has a 500,000-gallon waterway system.

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