Hospital Center at the forefront thanks to Dr. Koen Lagae for our case, he operated my wife and put a complete prosthesis on the left knee there is now 4 years. She walks normally without complication. The hospital service was perfect and in French most of the time. I strongly advise.
Most of the time when you visit a decompression tank, it is not for fun. But this time we actually did visit it for fun. Really interesting. They give you some information about for what the decompression tank is used, next to dive accidents. They also explain the working of the tank, and answer all questions you could have. They are really well informed and are happy to explain it. You of course can do a dive and test some things out: 1/ whistle below 20m is almost impossible 2/ holding your breath is a lot easier 3/ you have a funny voice below 20m 4/ temperature differences going up or down 5/ bring 2 balloons: 1 you blow up before, and 1 you blow up during on your deepest point