About Us

Tracy Lloyd, BS, LMT, Owner

Tracy Lloyd was first introduced to hyperbarics at a medical conference held at Harvard University in 2012.  Unable to forget about the vast benefits that added oxygen has to offer all the tissues in the body, Lloyd first tried it for herself,  then borrowed a hyperbaric chamber to offer it to her massage clients.  The energizing effects, the pain relief and quick healing her clients experienced after just a few sessions was enough to continue this offshoot of her medical massage practice to offer Good Health Hyperbarics to a wider clientele.  

Tracy has a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Portland State University (1999).  She entered Oregon School of Massage months after graduation and earned a state license to practice massage in 2001.  She has since continued her education by attending top conferences in pain and connective tissue studies, post-baccalaureate coursework in biology, chemistry, histology, microbiology and anatomy and physiology. 

Tracy lives a life full of extra-curricular sport and hobbies. She is passionate about helping others do the same.  

                                                                                                      Trained and Certified in Hyperbaric Safety and Operations 


David Kochenderfer

David has been helping our hyperbaric clients since the fall of 2018, but enjoying the benefits of hyperbarics for himself, too.  He has an eye disease called Stargardts, which he treats with HBOT to great success. 

He is a student at the Oregon School of Massage, in Portland, and a graduate of Ananda College, in Gaston, Oregon.  He enjoys oil and acrylic painting, traveling and riding his bike to work on nice days. 

David is Head of Outreach to people in the area who are hypersensitive and uses his own experience with Asperger's to help those with Asperger's and Autism. 

                                                                                                     Trained and Certified in Hyperbaric Safety and Operations 


Ben S. Junker

Ben is the newest addition to Good Health Hyperbarics but no less passionate about the positive effects it can make in peoples' lives.  

Ben loves to travel, speaks Japanese and has worked extensively in enterprise level telecommunication sales. 

Ben's sport background is in both basketball and in boxing.  Heading up our Athlete and Team Outreach, Ben is your guy to call when your athlete has suffered a concussive head injury, a typically slow-to-heal ligament injury or just needs to get up and back in the game asap.   

                                                                                                  Trained and Certified in Hyperbaric Safety and Operations