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US Military Vets MC of Fargo Offers Help for Two Wounded Warriors to Receive HBOT Treatments from Dr. Paul Harch

US Military Vets MC of Fargo Offers Help for Two Wounded Warriors to Receive HBOT Treatments from Dr. Paul Harch

 

February 7, 2012 Fargo ND

It is with heartfelt gratitude that I send this message to thank you for your support of what we are trying to accomplish for our warriors.
 
We found ourselves in a bind trying to get sufficient funding to cover the cost of hotel for the last couple of days of treatment with Dr. Paul Harch. Due to your generosity both boys will be able to stay for the duration of the treatment program which has already proven to be of great benefit to them both.
 
The boys were both elated to hear of your generous donation and have asked me to send a personal thank you on their behalf as well.  It is good people like you that makes all this possible for those who serve and have served.
 
Thank you US Military Vets MC of Fargo for helping us help those who look to us for the additional support they need. And thank you Juliette for being a champion for reaching out to help us get the funding that was needed so the boys could finish their treatment. May God always shower you all with blessings for all the good you do.

Warmest Regards,

Our Forgotten Warriors
4570 Avery Lane SE Ste C 131
Lacey, WA 98503
360-464-0080
EIN 27-2083316 IRS 501 (c)3 Non-Profit
Partner Site: https://www.registrynetwork.org
Minority and Disabled Veteran Owned

 

Harch Hyperbarics Inc. Will be Exhibiting at the 5th Annual BIALA Conference - Finding Your Way Back

 

Harch Hyperbarics Inc. Will be Exhibiting at the Brain Injury Association of Louisiana's Annual Conference – March 2012

 

5th Annual BIALA Conference                      

 

 

                       Harch Hyperbarics Inc. Will be Exhibiting at the Brain Injury Association of Louisiana Annual Conference – March 2012

 

Finding Your Way Back” 

Kenner, Louisiana – March 22 – 23, 2012

Thursday, March 22nd: 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Friday, March 23rd: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Doubletree Hotel by Hilton

 

Visit Dr Harch at BIALA's Annual Conference this year!
Dr Harch will be present from:

  • 2pm to 6pm on Thursday
  • 3pm to 4:30pm on Friday.

This is an opportunity to meet Dr Harch and to ask questions about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

If you can not afford the entrance fee please contact someone at the Harch Hyperbarics table and we will be happy to pay it for you.
See you at the conference!
Sincerely,

Juliette Lucarini Harch RN VP
HARCH HYPERBARICS
 

 

 

 

 

Michelle Obama, Jill Biden Join Forces with LSUHSC for military families

The initiative, announced Jan. 11, 2012 combated post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries, or TBI, in veterans.  Dr. Paul Harch, clinical associate professor and director of LSUHSC New Orleans’ Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care Department, has been treating veterans suffering with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress PTSD with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) since 2008.

Will the White House Finally Bring Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to Wounded Vets?

Health pioneer Dr. Paul G. Harch, associate clinical professor of medicine at Louisiana State University in New Orleans, will participate in the White House’s Joining Forces Initiative. The program will teach medical schools better ways to train new doctors to care for veterans’ needs, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy treatment (HBOT), the premier therapy for Traumatic Brain Injuries and Post Traumatic Stress.

New Study Reaffirms: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Should Be Standard Treatment for Veterans

Research from health pioneer (and former ANH-USA board member) Dr. Paul G. Harch published in the Journal of Neurotrauma indicates that hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT, is able to dramatically help veterans with post-concussion syndrome (a form of traumatic brain injury) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Dr. Harch is an associate clinical professor of medicine at Louisiana State University in New Orleans.
Since January 2007, ANH-USA has been bringing attention to a project to have veterans treated with HBOT. In HBOT, the patient is put in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, which saturates the tissues with twelve times more oxygen than can be absorbed by breathing.

LSUHSC Joins Forces With White House to Combat TBI/PTSD in Veterans

Dr. Steve Nelson, Dean of the LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans School of Medicine notes, "LSUHSC faculty/clinician researchers have developed a comprehensive program over the past six years that directly supports the tenets of the Obama Joining Forces Initiative. The program addresses both the biological and psychological wounds of war by targeting the three most pressing problems facing veterans – traumatic brain injury/post-concussion syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder, and the effects of these conditions on veterans' families."

American Legion Deeply Committed to Seeing that Veterans Suffering from TBI/PTSD Get the Care They Deserve

The American Legion is deeply committed to seeing that our veterans who are suffering from head injuries receive the care they deserve. As such, we have called for meetings of the House Veterans Affairs Committee and the Committee Chairman, Congressman Jeff Miller, Florida, has instructed his staff to work with us in preparation for the meetings.

Iraq War Veteran Rusty Ouart to Recieve His Long Awaited, Well Deserved, Purple Heart

Fargo, North Dakota (2011)

Iraq War Veteran Rusty Ouart will finally get his Purple Heart. The North Dakota Congressional Delegation announced Friday, Dec. 1, that Ouart, who suffered a Concussive traumatic brain injury and shrapnel wounds from a mortar attack, will receive the medal.

Hyperbaric Oxygen: Giving People Back Their Lives

 

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is the cleanest medicine in the world and makes perfect sense. HBOT has been around for decades, and is natural but versatile.  It can be used on any wounds to the body from chronic non-healing wounds to traumatic brain injuries—along with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, stroke, MS and Alzheimer’s. 

So, why don’t people seem to know about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?   Why is this extraordinarily effective treatment all but invisible in the public square?  And why don’t more conventional medicine physicians refer patients who might benefit from treatment?

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