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Treating Severe Traumatic Brain Injury using the combination of Neurofeedback and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Most people who have had a significant brain injury will require extensive rehabilitation. They may need to relearn basic skills, such as walking or talking. The goal is to improve their abilities to ... Read More

The rejuvenating effects of intermittent hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Intermittent hyperbaric oxygen therapy is shown to help reduce the cellular and biological aging of the body and effectively help us live longer and more important, healthier. One of the effects se... Read More

Research review supports the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease

The most common cause of dementia in the elderly is Alzheimer's disease (AD). Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been reported to have numerous physiological benefits for the brain, particularly for aging ... Read More

A review on the neuroprotective effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has clinically been reported to have many benefits within the body, particularly for a wide range of neurological disorders, including spinal cord injuries , brain injuries, ... Read More

Aging and obesity related cognitive decline restored by hyperbaric oxygen therapy

The combination of aging and obesity play major factors in the accelerated aging and degeneration of the brain. Commonly seen symptoms are characterized by problems with memory, language, thinking or ... Read More
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