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HBOT in TBI

A Brave Marine Walking Point for HBOT in PTSD

A BRAVE MARINE NEEDS YOUR HELP!

 

 

Gunnery Sergeant Chuck Rotenberry served his country in

Afghanistan, but an IED blast put an end to his active service,

and now he’s home in Hampton, VA suffering from Traumatic

Brain Injury and PTSD. A highly successful treatment in New

Orleans awaits him, but he lacks the needed funding. Won’t

you help this American hero get his life back?

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LSU, Miles seeking solutions to the concussion problem

August 12, 2013-© 2013 Tiger Rag [Re-Post permission acquired]

University teaming up with New Orleans doctors who believe they have found the answer

University teaming up with New Orleans doctors who believe they have found the answer

LSU is working with doctors in New Orleans who might just hold the key to eliminating both long and short-term concussion effects. If their research treating brain injuries with hyperbaric oxygen therapy proves fruitful, one of the most pressing issues in sports could finally be showing some light at the end of a long, dark tunnel.

 

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy may revolutionize the way concussions are treated.
By LUKE JOHNSON
Tiger Rag Assistant Editor

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Has Helped Beat TBI/PTSD, Veteran’s Testimony

For those who suffer with the fog and depression of TBI/PTSD, you should know how tremendously important the effective gains from Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment are.. For the family members of those who suffer with this type of head injury, the smiles and happiness from my wife and kids are testimony enough to know how much this treatment has given me back my life. God Bless!!

Testimonial Treating a Brain Injured Soldier (Tina Hecker)

Testimonial Treating a Brain Injured Soldier (Tim Hecker)

We decided to take a chance, and trust in Dr. Harch and HBOT, and in return--Tim has been given his life back.  There is no greater gift.

Tim was in Iraq and was exposed to multiple IED explosions from Jan 08 through May 08.  During January, one of the explosions threw him into the driver's lap of the vehicle he was riding in.  There was a second significant explosion at the end of March.  The vehicle in front of him was hit with a catastrophic explosion, eventually killing all in the vehicle.  Tim was close enough to this explosion that he felt the concussion waves, saw stars, became disoriented, and lost a large portion of time following the explosion.

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