Posts Tagged ‘hyperbaric oxygen chambers’

By On September 24th, 2013

New Study Says Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Is Not Effective for TBI

Despite anecdotal evidence to the contrary, it appears hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments offer no significant benefit to patients suffering from mild brain injuries suffered in Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans. A study published last week by the Pentagon and Department of Veteran Affairs and reported by USA Today debunks the potential treatment. David Cifu, VA…


By On December 19th, 2012

TBI Patient Asks For Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment For Christmas

While most Christmas lists across the country feature materialistic goods like iPads and televisions, one New Hampshire woman is asking for something much more meaningful. Myla Gott, a 22 year-old woman from North Hampton, NH suffered a diffuse axonal brain injury during a car crash in 2009, and she has been fighting back from TBI…


By On December 13th, 2012

Oxygen Treatment Gives Veteran Hope For Healing

One Persian Gulf War veteran is undergoing an experimental treatment for the nearly 20 year old issues he has from traumatic brain injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and so far the results are astounding. For an hour every day, for at least 40 days, Jeff Brennan, a former Marine sergeant, sits in…

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