It’s nice when what we see clinically is supported in the medical literature. I came across this article the other day on regeneration of nerve fibers after treatment with hyperbaric oxygen. The study looked at imaging of brains before and
I normally write about how hyperbaric oxygen can be helpful in regaining your health. However today, I want to write about a related topic: concussion. Hyperbaric oxygen is great for concussion and post-concussion syndrome. Unfortunately, many concussion patients don’t come
I had an interesting new patient last week: 19 year old male with clinical diagnosis of schizophrenia. However, when they had a SPECT scan done of his brain, it appeared to be more consistent with carbon monoxide poisoning. Further questioning
Another exciting story of how hyperbaric oxygen can help concussion. A patient recently returned from a trip to Italy. She tripped over some construction and fell head first into a brick wall: 2 black eyes, gash on her forehead and
An article flashed across my Internet news feed this week: Brain injury to a woman after domestic violence. My first thought was, get her some hyperbaric oxygen therapy. But, it also got me thinking about all the other ways we
Vaccines are a hot topic nowadays. Do they cause autism? Do we have a right to say no if we are concerned for our kids. Politics aside, there are certainly thousands of cases of vaccine injury that happen every year.
I have been very fortunate to be able to work in the world of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT). Through thousands of sessions administered, I’ve seen some great healings occur at O2 UP, our hyperbaric oxygen therapy clinic in Los Angeles.
Concussion injury has been in the media a lot lately, especially as it relates to football injuries. But concussions can come from other sports, as well as car accidents and simple falls. What is a concussion? A concussion is considered