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Combining Electroacupuncture and Hyperbaric Oxygen to Treat Facial Paralysis in Children

Traumatic facial paralysis can be difficult to treat in children. In this case report, a 2 year old girl was hit in the head by a car and suffered right peripheral facial paralysis 12 h after the inju... Read More

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

Low Pressure Hyperbarics improves cerebral blood flow in Firefighters with mild TBI and emotional distress

Twenty firefighters with mTBI and mild emotional distress were treated with HBO at a relatively low pressure of 1.3 atmospheres absolute for 45 min a day for 20 consecutive day. The goal of the study ... Read More

1.6 vs 2.2 ATA of hyperbaric oxygen for traumatic brain injuries?

The benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for dramatic brain injury (TBI) has been confirmed by many studies. Now the question is “what is the best dose (ie, pressure protocol) to achieve the optima... Read More

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for persistent post concussion syndrome

All participants in this study were diagnosed with persistent post concussion syndrome related to mild traumatic brain injury. A randomized group received a full course of 40 hyperbaric treatments at ... Read More