A recent article that appeared in The Washington Post can be viewed here. Please read: Could Hyperbaric Treatment Heal the Brain?
A serviceman, seriously wounded in the mass shooting at Fort Hood eight years ago, has undergone 40 hyperbaric sessions with pre and post treatment brain SPECT scan images. Scan results document his amazing improvement following HBOT. News footage and story from Jacksonville, Florida here: Fort Hood Mass Shooting Survivor Sees Drastic Changes After Hyperbaric Chamber
Joe Namath has been spreading the word about his improvements and his doctors are elated with the results. After undergoing 120 hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments to battle memory issues that have been plaguing the football legend for years following repeated concussions, Namath’s brain SPECT scan images tell the whole story. Increased areas of blood flow
Former Lieutenant, Mike Myers, recently spoke to a CBS news affiliate in New Orleans about the resolution of post concussive symptoms as a result of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. To read and see more, go to: Local Treatment Shows Improvement in Veterans with Brain Damage
Football legend, Joe Namath, is the first patient to complete the clinical trial using, hyperbaric oxygen therapy 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 definitive improvement following his course of therapy. According to Namath, his doctors
A recently published study from combined military sources documented an increase in mobilized stem cells post hyperbaric oxygen therapy, along with parallels citing improved cognitive function, in personnel suffering from mild to moderate TBI post deployment. Researchers from Wright Patterson and Lackland Air Force Bases ran the study on 28 service personnel. Go to: Increased
The ability of hyperbaric oxygen therapy to aid in healing injured brain tissue was highlighted in a recent news report. The encouraging story of an Alabama teenager, defying doctors’ dire predictions for her recovery following a traumatic brain injury, documented remarkable improvement after the completion of a series of 60 hyperbaric therapy sessions. To