Posts Tagged "hbot"

HBOT Healing Victory

Posted on Apr 13, 2011 in Uncategorized

Posted By ANH-USA On March 1, 2011 @ 10:24 am In Uncategorized | 14 Comments In North Carolina, a blind mother of three autistic boys took on North Carolina Medicaid—and won. Meleah Corner had been taking her sons to a clinic for hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) treatment for their autism. Both Meleah’s pediatrician and a neurologist noted clinically that there was a definite improvement in the boys. But when she submitted the bills to NC Medicaid, they were denied. After exhausting normal routes of appeal, she decided to sue NC Medicaid in North Carolina Superior Court. Dr. Paul G. Harch...

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Timing of Oxygen After a Stroke May Matter

Posted on Dec 1, 2009 in Uncategorized

By HealthDay – Mon Oct 19, 8:48 PM PDT – MONDAY, Oct. 19 (HealthDay News) — Contradicting previous research, scientists have shown in animal studies that providing supplemental oxygen during an ischemic stroke can reduce brain damage. But it’s not a simple matter. Success in preventing brain damage, their new study says, depends on when 100 percent oxygen is given. “The use of supplemental oxygen after blood flow is restored in the brain appears to actually cause harm by unleashing free radicals,” Savita Khanna, an assistant professor of surgery at Ohio...

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Oxygen Therapy Benefits Children With Autism

Posted on Dec 30, 2008 in Uncategorized

By Beth HillyerHONOLULU (KHNL) – A new treatment is giving hope to parents of children diagnosed with autism. We meet with a family whose child’s development is improving thanks to the benefits of oxygen therapy. Some are talking for the first time, and interacting with their families. There is new hope for autistic children treated with oxygen therapy in pressurized chambers. The 7-year-old child crawls into her play cave, nicknamed her blue tunnel. A therapist stays with her. A new study proves spending time in capsules at the Hyperbaric Medical Center helps autistic children....

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Owens Flying In Specialists and Hyperbaric Chamber for Hamstring

Posted on Dec 22, 2008 in Health & Wellness

After an MRI showed no damage to his muscle, Dallas Cowboys Receiver Terrell Owens called in medical staff from Atlanta and a healing apparatus from Dallas. By Mark HoerrnerRiding a stationary bike in training next to fellow receiver Terry Glenn, Terrell Owens said he felt like Lance Armstrong or Floyd Landis. After mentioning the latter, he added, “Everything’s legal.” Legal perhaps, but certainly more complex than one might guess. The Great T.O. isn’t yet comfortable with the medical personnel on the Cowboys’ staff and is flying in his own doctors from...

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