Informed Consent is a necessity for patients with a brain injury because it is vitally important that the health care provider inform the patient of the availability of proven, alternative therapies like Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to treat brain injuries.Read more
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie released the following statement after President Trump signed into law the Commander John Scott Hannon Veterans Mental Health Care Improvement Act this weekend.Read more
The suicide epidemic is real and growing. Emergency measures to provide HBOT to brain injured service members and veterans can be invoked immediately, all the while conducting independent research free of the taint of pre-conceived conclusions about how HBOT does not work.Read more
You are entitled to know that some of the best researchers on brain injury have shown that Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) can usually provide quick relief from symptoms after Concussion while treating and healing the wound to the brain. That healing dramatically accelerates recovery from Acute Concussion.Read more
The most important message is that you must be your own advocate for brain healing. This idea of a “wound to the brain” is unconventional. The treatment, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and other alternative interventions, are controversial but are backed up by decades of clinical experience, evidence, peer-reviewed science, and over 7,500 success stories attesting to the power of oxygen under pressure to speed healing.
Dr. Daphne Denham, the nation’s premier expert in using Hyperbaric Oxygenation (HBOT) to treat and help heal brain wounds, is amassing evidence that active intervention with HBOT can dramatically reduce symptoms and shorten the negative consequences of Acute Concussions. 348 out of 350 success stories with Acute Concussions, all within days of the injury.
Worldwide research and evidence-based medicine attest to the medical significance of HBOT in treating and healing many kinds of wounds to the brain and is all parts of the body. Seek medical attention immediately, but demand that they talk to you about HBOT therapy. If they don’t, get a second or third opinion.Read more