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WGNO ABC New Orleans Get The 411 on Dr Harch and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Here is a brief interview with LSUHSC Clinical Professor Dr. Paul Harch hosted on WGNO ABC26 in New Orleans by Jocelyn Lockwood.  Together they discuss some of the results of the recently released preliminary Study of Low-Pressure Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Blast-Induced Post-Concussion Syndrome and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder published in the JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA.

Dr Paul Harch Present HBOT at BIALA's featured speakers tour may 17th

Dr. Paul Harch to Present HBOT at BIALA's 2013 Annual Conference


Dr. Paul Harch will present in this year's Brain Injury Association of Louisiana's Sixth Annual Conference:

Thursday, March 21, 2013 -- Friday, March 22, 2013
Embassy Suites Baton Rouge
4914 Constitution Avenue
Baton Rouge, La 70808

BIALA’s Annual Conference is the leading brain injury conference in Louisiana and attracts brain injury and/or spinal cord injury survivors, family members, medical professionals, discharge planners, therapists, and state officials.  This year's conference increased your access to information on brain and/or spinal cord injury-related topics including the behavioral therapies, self-advocating, therapy trends using technology, relaxation techniques, networking, hippo therapy, alternative therapies and much more! Confirmed speakers include New Horizons, Dr. Paul Harch, Dr Howard Katz and Dr. Larry Dilks.


Reversing Brain Damage with HBOT, Dan Greathouse’s Story

Dan suffered Chronic Brain Decompression Illness.  He was then misdiagnosed and further institutionalized.

After 93 hyperbaric oxygen treatment dives administered by Dr. Paul Harch in Louisiana Dan returned to teaching educationally handicapped children for the state of New Mexico.

Ronald McDonald House Hosts Family while Child’s Brain Injury is treated with HBOT

Ronald McDonald House Hosts Family while Child’s Brain Injury is treated with HBOT


NOLA Love Notes

February 2012


The Doval family is staying with the Ronald McDonald House throughout the Hyperbaric Oxygen treatments for their Daughter.

Here is their story.