Neurological

HBOT  research outcomes are very promising for various conditions such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis...

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Military with TBI/PTSD

More than 1.7 million people sustain traumatic brain injuries every year. They happen on our roadways, on the battle field, on the playground and on the football field. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a disruption of normal brain function caused by a bump, blow, jolt or penetrating wound to the head caused by an external force.

TBI causes primary injury to brain tissue which may cause damage to the axons or “wires” that connect brain structures as well as bleeding or bruising of brain tissue. This leads to an inflammatory response, as the brain responds to injury, producing swelling and increased pressure within the brain. This increased pressure can impede blood flow and cause varying levels of oxygen deprivation in brain tissue, a potential cause of brain dysfunction or cell death.

Most TBIs that occur are mild and are called “concussions”. A concussion may or may not render the victim unconscious.

In a 2013 Report to Congress on Traumatic Brain Injury specifically focused on the public health impact of returning military, it was found that from 2000 -2011, over 235,000 service members or 4.2% of the total of 5.6MM who served in all branches of the military, were diagnosed with a TBI. Seventy-seven percent (77%) of those were diagnosed with mild TBI.

The report estimated that 33% of those with mild TBI may develop “post-concussion syndrome”, a syndrome characterized by headaches, depression, irritability, sleep disorders, poor concentration and fatigue.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is being studied in the treatment of mild TBI, Post-Concussion Syndrome and PTSD. The rationale for the use HBOT is based on its ability to dramatically increase, by 2-3 times, the delivery of oxygen to brain tissues to help them function more optimally, and to reduce inflammation in the brain.

Studies and reviews:

Testimonials:

Videos:

These videos give more insight into the potential represented by Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 

MSGT Scott Roessler [Ranger] http://tinyurl.com/hf3czmw

Joe Namath http://tinyurl.com/kflu9up

MAJ Ben Richards http://tinyurl.com/hd9ahcd

CAPT Smotherman / Rep John Bennett http://tinyurl.com/lvcf22r

The Honorable Patt Maney (BG, USA) http://tinyurl.com/m97x4jp

GnySgt Rotenberry http://tinyurl.com/gpzpxgy

RMHI with Margaux and SGT Ramirez http://vimeo.com/77100044

Autism

Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are diagnosed today more than ever before: Autism currently affects 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys...

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Sports Injuries

Concussions

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy helps athletes at all skill
levels heal quickly and
get back to their favorite pursuit...

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Military

TBI/PTSD

Our U. S. Military Volunteers who are injured on the battlefield in the line of duty deserve the best treatment our nation can offer...

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wound care

Non-healing wounds are often associated with inadequate circulation, poorly functioning veins, reaction to radiation therapy, traumatic injury...

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Routine Covered Conditions

Internationally Treated Conditions

Neurological

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Sports Injuries

Concussions

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Military

TBI/PTSD

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wound care

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Military with TBI/PTSD

More than 1.7 million people sustain traumatic brain injuries every year. They happen on our roadways, on the battle field, on the playground and on the football field. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a disruption of normal brain function caused by a bump, blow, jolt or penetrating wound to the head caused by an external force.

TBI causes primary injury to brain tissue which may cause damage to the axons or “wires” that connect brain structures as well as bleeding or bruising of brain tissue. This leads to an inflammatory response, as the brain responds to injury, producing swelling and increased pressure within the brain. This increased pressure can impede blood flow and cause varying levels of oxygen deprivation in brain tissue, a potential cause of brain dysfunction or cell death.

Most TBIs that occur are mild and are called “concussions”. A concussion may or may not render the victim unconscious.

In a 2013 Report to Congress on Traumatic Brain Injury specifically focused on the public health impact of returning military, it was found that from 2000 -2011, over 235,000 service members or 4.2% of the total of 5.6MM who served in all branches of the military, were diagnosed with a TBI. Seventy-seven percent (77%) of those were diagnosed with mild TBI.

The report estimated that 33% of those with mild TBI may develop “post-concussion syndrome”, a syndrome characterized by headaches, depression, irritability, sleep disorders, poor concentration and fatigue.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is being studied in the treatment of mild TBI, Post-Concussion Syndrome and PTSD. The rationale for the use HBOT is based on its ability to dramatically increase, by 2-3 times, the delivery of oxygen to brain tissues to help them function more optimally, and to reduce inflammation in the brain.

Studies and reviews:

Testimonials:

Videos:

These videos give more insight into the potential represented by Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 

MSGT Scott Roessler [Ranger] http://tinyurl.com/hf3czmw

Joe Namath http://tinyurl.com/kflu9up

MAJ Ben Richards http://tinyurl.com/hd9ahcd

CAPT Smotherman / Rep John Bennett http://tinyurl.com/lvcf22r

The Honorable Patt Maney (BG, USA) http://tinyurl.com/m97x4jp

GnySgt Rotenberry http://tinyurl.com/gpzpxgy

RMHI with Margaux and SGT Ramirez http://vimeo.com/77100044

Routine Covered Conditions

Internationally Treated Conditions

Neurological

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Sports Injuries

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Military 

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Wound Care

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Sports Injuries

Concussions

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Military

TBI/PTSD

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wound care

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Military with TBI/PTSD

More than 1.7 million people sustain traumatic brain injuries every year. They happen on our roadways, on the battle field, on the playground and on the football field. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a disruption of normal brain function caused by a bump, blow, jolt or penetrating wound to the head caused by an external force.

TBI causes primary injury to brain tissue which may cause damage to the axons or “wires” that connect brain structures as well as bleeding or bruising of brain tissue. This leads to an inflammatory response, as the brain responds to injury, producing swelling and increased pressure within the brain. This increased pressure can impede blood flow and cause varying levels of oxygen deprivation in brain tissue, a potential cause of brain dysfunction or cell death.

Most TBIs that occur are mild and are called “concussions”. A concussion may or may not render the victim unconscious.

In a 2013 Report to Congress on Traumatic Brain Injury specifically focused on the public health impact of returning military, it was found that from 2000 -2011, over 235,000 service members or 4.2% of the total of 5.6MM who served in all branches of the military, were diagnosed with a TBI. Seventy-seven percent (77%) of those were diagnosed with mild TBI.

The report estimated that 33% of those with mild TBI may develop “post-concussion syndrome”, a syndrome characterized by headaches, depression, irritability, sleep disorders, poor concentration and fatigue.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is being studied in the treatment of mild TBI, Post-Concussion Syndrome and PTSD. The rationale for the use HBOT is based on its ability to dramatically increase, by 2-3 times, the delivery of oxygen to brain tissues to help them function more optimally, and to reduce inflammation in the brain.

Studies and reviews:

Testimonials:

Videos:

These videos give more insight into the potential represented by Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 

MSGT Scott Roessler [Ranger] http://tinyurl.com/hf3czmw

Joe Namath http://tinyurl.com/kflu9up

MAJ Ben Richards http://tinyurl.com/hd9ahcd

CAPT Smotherman / Rep John Bennett http://tinyurl.com/lvcf22r

The Honorable Patt Maney (BG, USA) http://tinyurl.com/m97x4jp

GnySgt Rotenberry http://tinyurl.com/gpzpxgy

RMHI with Margaux and SGT Ramirez http://vimeo.com/77100044