Thursday, December 15, 2011

Oxygen therapy for brain injury and possible age-related decline

I find this particularly interesting.  My 88 year old seriously diabetic father had a leg amputated last May.  He had major post-surgical delirium that went on for months.  Then his remaining toe went south. He underwent 60 HBO sessions, and after 20 his cognition showed major improvement.  By the end his cognition was better than pre-surgery.  Everyone, including the treatment staff, observed the change and were amazed. 

April Christopherson (@maxachieveinc)
12/15/11 7:59 PM
More about Oxygen Therapy for trauma, PTSD, and TBI - #HBOT #Braintrauma

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Kevin McGrew, PhD
Educational Psychologist

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