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Giving people back their lives!

HBOT for CADASIL

CADASIL Treated with Hyperbaric Oxygen Shows Amazing Progress

Because hyperbaric oxygen treatments have not been approved for brain tissue healing, insurance will not pay for this treatment.

Still, people with brain damage, including military veterans with PTSD, come to New Orleans from around the world for treatment.

Since our first story ran in May, people with CADASIL from around the world have contacted Neville.

"We're trying to repair the damage that's been done, and to repair that damage, it takes more treatment. I should be able to get her to a higher level of function. With periodic treatment, we should be able to maintain her there and counteract the effects of the continued CADASIL degeneration," said Dr. Harch.

"I am better and I can feel it and I know people can see it," said Neville.

The Charmaine Neville CADASIL Treatment Benefit Concert

A star-studded lineup of local musicians shared a stage on the Westbank to raise money for Charmaine Neville.  She's been fighting a debilitating brain condition, known as CADASIL Syndrome, which has taken a physical and financial toll on the singer. See how Charmaine’s treatment with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has helped her get her life back

Dr. Paul Harch Treating CADASIL with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Charmaine Neville was Diagnosed with CADASIL, this is her story of treatment that helped her get her life back.

WWL TV Documented her Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy treatment directed by Dr. Paul Harch of West Jefferson Medical Center, who is head of Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care at LSU Health Sciences Center.