Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has shown to be a fantastic alternative therapy for traumatic brain injury and sports head injuries. By relying on only oxygen and pressure, hyperbaric therapy is an all natural brain injury treatment that does not have the side effects as with many prescription drugs. For brain injury victims hyperbaric oxygen has shown to help improve cerebral blood flow and cognitive function. Supplying oxygen to a TBI victim’s damaged neurons is crucial and hyperbaric oxygen provides a method for doing this. Please contact O2 UP today to schedule your first appointment and learn how hyperbaric therapy can help you!
Brain Injury Treatment
Improves Cerebral Blood Flow
Watch this emotional video that follows the recovery of a TBI patient through
the use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy !
Hyperbaric Therapy has helped those with TBI by:
- Reducing Swelling around the Brain
- Increasing Oxygen Levels in Plasma to aid Brain Repair
- Repairing Old blood vessels
- Creating New Blood Vessels (angiogenesis)
Studies have show Hyperbaric Therapy has potential to:
- Improve Brain Function
- Decrease Headaches
- Improve Sleep
- Improve Mobility
- Improve Speech
Please view these links to learn more:
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (1.5 ATA) in treating sports related TBI/CTE
- Late Treatment of Severe Brain Injury with Hyperbaric Oxygenation
- Traumatic Brain Injuries and the Potential of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- US Navy League HBOT Video
Patient with impaired brain function
Notice the increased blood (oxygen) flow after hyperbaric therapy!
“The information provided by O2 UP does not constitute a medical recommendation nor has it been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is intended for informational and educational purposes only, and no claims, either real or implied are being made. Hyperbaric Therapy is not meant as a cure for any condition or disease, and no therapeutic outcomes can be guaranteed. Please consult with your own primary care physician for a detailed medical evaluation of your own personal and specific health needs and recommendations.”