Peyton Manning Utilizes Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Recovery

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Peyton Manning accused of using HGH (Human Growth Hormone).  Manning comes out swinging and denying these allegations.

HEY KANSAS CITY CHIEFS, ROYALS and SPORTING KC, let’s get our players utilizing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for health, healing and keeping our professional athletes in the game!  Hyperbaric Healing Institute (HHI) in Kansas City can provide this outstanding therapy to our athletes.  HHI boasts a multi-place state-of-the-art chamber.  In addition, our chamber has a hyperbaric grade flat screen tv which can be utilized to run game footage during the therapy.

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Manning said he did visit the Guyer Institute in Indianapolis, under the supervision of doctors from the Colts, to use a hyperbaric chamber and receive nutrients intravenously.  Read entire article

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Hyperbaric Healing Institute provides state-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen therapy.  Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a medical procedure that involves the patient being placed in a completely enclosed chamber in which the atmosphere is controlled and the patient is able to breathe pure 100 percent oxygen. This level exceeds atmospheric pressure. The hyperbaric process places oxygen in places within the body at a cellular level, and also where the circulation might be blocked. HBOT therapy is not painful and it is not an invasive procedure. HBOT therapy is used in conjunction with other medical treatments as part of a patient’s treatment plan. Learn More

Medical Alert Day: Local doctors hope to help reverse brain injuries Cutting edge research happening at Joe Namath Research Center

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for brain injury

The cutting edge research is happening at the Joe Namath Neurological Research Center on the campus of Jupiter Medical Center.

Doctors are working on a clinical study that explores the effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a treatment for traumatic brain injuries.

“When somebody has a brain injury, there’s an area around the badly injured cells that are dormant or asleep, it kind of wakes the cells up and gets them to start working again, says Dr. Barry Miskin, who is leading the study.

He hopes to prove hyperbaric oxygen therapy can improve the symptoms of traumatic brain injuries by increasing blood flow in the brain. Patients must undergo treatment five times a week.  Read entire article

Hyperbaric Healing Institute provides state-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen therapy.  Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a medical procedure that involves the patient being placed in a completely enclosed chamber in which the atmosphere is controlled and the patient is able to breathe pure 100 percent oxygen. This level exceeds atmospheric pressure. The hyperbaric process places oxygen in places within the body at a cellular level, and also where the circulation might be blocked. HBOT therapy is not painful and it is not an invasive procedure. HBOT therapy is used in conjunction with other medical treatments as part of a patient’s treatment plan. Learn More

 

Spinal Cord Injury Treatment with Hyperbaric Oxygen

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Plays Vital Role in Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury for a Kansas City youth.

Blake has made many improvements since starting hyperbaric oxygen therapy for his spinal cord injury.  Hyperbaric Oxygen can play a vital role in the treatment and recovery of a spinal cord injury.  His testimonial says it all!

Hyperbaric Healing Institute provides state-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen therapy.  Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a medical procedure that involves the patient being placed in a completely enclosed chamber in which the atmosphere is controlled and the patient is able to breathe pure 100 percent oxygen. This level exceeds atmospheric pressure. The hyperbaric process places oxygen in places within the body at a cellular level, and also where the circulation might be blocked. HBOT therapy is not painful and it is not an invasive procedure. HBOT therapy is used in conjunction with other medical treatments as part of a patient’s treatment plan. Learn More

HBOT gets more popular! The Wall Street Journal

Use of HBOT as Autism Treatment

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Hyperbaric Healing Institute provides state-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen therapy.  Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a medical procedure that involves the patient being placed in a completely enclosed chamber in which the atmosphere is controlled and the patient is able to breathe pure 100 percent oxygen. This level exceeds atmospheric pressure. The hyperbaric process places oxygen in places within the body at a cellular level, and also where the circulation might be blocked. HBOT therapy is not painful and it is not an invasive procedure. HBOT therapy is used in conjunction with other medical treatments as part of a patient’s treatment plan. Learn More

A hyperbaric chamber, magic tricks, holistic diet: life as Rashad Jennings

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Before every game, Rashad Jennings cannot contain himself as he shouts to his teammates, “Don’t let anybody define you!’’

Words from the heart from a player who has been sidestepping and vaulting definitions placed upon him for quite some time.

“I was defined when I first came in as a third-string back, a third-down back. Then I started playing well on special teams — he’s a special teams guy,’’ Jennings said in an extensive interview with The Post. “Then I was bigger, I was defined as a bruiser. You make a long run, hmm, then you start pass protecting, hmm. They’re always trying to put labels on you.

“For me, my label is the only one that matters, and that’s striving to become a complete back. I refuse to let anybody define me.’’  Read Entire Article

Rugby player uses HBOT to speed surgery recovery!

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““In the four weeks off he had his operation in the first and was then in a hyperbaric chamber to increase his oxygen levels and help speed up his recovery.”
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First lady announces new program for traumatic brain injury

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Posted on January 11, 2012 at 11:46 PM

Updated Thursday, Jan 12 at 12:02 AM

 

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NEW ORLEANS — A local doctor was among those asked to be with Michelle Obama today in Richmond, Virginia, as she announced a new program to help the troops coming home from the wars in the Middle East.

Dr. Paul Harch joined the first lady to talk about how medical schools can do research and train new doctors to better care for veterans needs, especially with brain injury.

The White House is recognizing the importance of brain research, such as the research being done here in New Orleans, as beneficial to the health of the men and women who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“The mental health challenges many of our troops face once they return home,” Michelle Obama said from the podium in Richmond Wednesday afternoon.

For 20 years now, Medical Watch has been following the research of two LSU Health Sciences Center doctors, emergency medicine specialist Dr. Paul Harch, director of the LSUHSC New Orleans Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care Department, and Dr. Keith Van Meter, the chief of the section of emergency medicine.

They have worked on projects to help patients with brain injury healing through hyperbaric oxygen treatments. They have treated near drowning victims, such as a California man who spent nearly a half hour at the bottom of the Mississippi River and has no brain damage, and many others with strokes, traumatic brain injury, and those with some mental disabilities and brain defects from birth.

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Radamel Falcao using HBOT to recover from knee surgery

Falcao“I can’t skip any steps,” Falcao added. “The main thing is that I can respect the recovery steps for a good rehab. At no time will I pressure myself or the capacity of my knee to recover.” Prior to the press conference, Falcao said he had gone with doctors to a hyperbaric chamber to speed his recovery.

The hyperbaric chamber is key for the healing of the scar and the injury, Noronha said, adding that Falcao will have MRIs every 30 days to monitor his progress.

ESPN staff

January 28, 2014

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