Fort Hood Shooting Victim Attributes HBOT to Helping His Recovery

Shooting victim Army Staff Sergeant, Patirck Zeigler, survived the horrendous attack that occurred at Fort Hood military base in 2009.  Although his injuries were near fatal, having been shot directly into the brain, Sergeant Zeigler overcame incredible odds for survival and has fought hard on the long road to recovery.  He was recently honored on center ice as being "A Hero Among Us" during a Florida Panthers ice hockey game as part of CBS4 Miami news affiliate's program honoring our country's brave military personnel.  During his interview, Zeigler recounted the terrible day of the attack and the health struggles he has endured since.  He attributed his recovery in part to the hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments he underwent. 

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Click here to view the recent CBS newscast:  Heroes Among Us:  Army Staff Sgt. Patrick Zeigler Shot by Gunman at Fort Hood After Two Iraq Tours.