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Children with persistent post-concussion syndrome show benefits from hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Mild traumatic brain injury to children can commonly lead to persistent post-concussion syndrome (PPCS). Symptoms can often include headaches, dizziness, sleep problems, difficulties with concentratio... Read More

Post-Exercise Hyperbaric Oxygenation Improves Recovery for Subsequent Performance

Post exercise recovery  plays an important role in the overall performance of athletes. This study evaluated the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (75 minutes at 1.3 ATA) following fatigue-inducing ex... Read More

Prevention and Treatment of Life-Threatening COVID-19 May Be Possible with Oxygen Treatment

"Preliminary research evidence indicates that even a small elevation of the ambient pressure might be lifesaving". A reduction in brain oxygen levels (brain hypoxia) may help to explain early neurolo... Read More

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

Hyperbaric Oxygen Protocol For Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

This study looked at  hyperbaric protocols (for sudden Sensorineural hearing loss) varying in pressure and time for a total of 10 hyperabric sessions and found that 2.5 ATA 60 minute sessions may pro... Read More
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