Football legend, Joe Namath, is the first patient to complete a clinical trial using, hyperbaric oxygen therapy for brain injury, currently in progress at Jupiter Medical Center in Jupiter, Florida.  Namath underwent 7 months of HBOT, 5 days a week, and repeat brain scans showed definitive improvement following his course of therapy.  According to Namath, his doctors were enthused and impressed by his response to HBOT.  A long career in football exposed Namath to multiple incidents of concussive brain injury and symptoms such as brain fog and forgetfulness were becoming increasingly worrisome to him.  He sought treatment, based on the plight of so many fellow retired, pro players, diagnosed and suffering with early dementia from CTE.  To see more, click here:  Joe Namath Continues to Raise Awareness About Traumatic Brain Injury.


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