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61 year old male makes functional improvements from hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) following 2 years post stroke

A 61-year-old right-handed male stoke patient was suffering from hemiparesis and physical weakness in the right upper limb for 2 years. He then underwent a course of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) f... Read More

Functional MRI Imaging confirms long-term stroke patients can improve with hyperbaric oxygen therapy, even 15 years after the stroke

Management of chronic strokes remains a challenge within our current medical system, yet the intervention of hyperbaric oxygen therapy has consistently been shown to improve stroke recovery, even year... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for post-stroke depression

Depression is one of the more common consequences of a stroke, affecting as many as 1/3 of stroke victims. This condition, known as post stroke depression (PSD)is currently not (or inadequately) treat... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves neurocognitive functions of post-stroke patients

A 10 year (2008-2018) retrospective analysis was conducted on (chronic) stroke patients (>3 months) The hyperbaric protocol consisted of 90 minute daily sessions, each at 2.0 ATA (with 5 minute ... Read More

Preconditioning the brain with hyperbaric oxygen therapy before stroke/TBI to reduce the damage

Currently, there is a great deal of focus and attention being put on hyperbaric oxygen therapy, due to the promising results seen in clinical research and the potential application that this can have ... Read More