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Update: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

November 26, 2013

We have updated and upgraded our traumatic brain injury (TBI) page. In randomized clinical trials hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of death in patients with traumatic brain injury, but there is little evidence survivors enjoy good outcomes. Research results this year were disappointing, prompting us to lower our Evidence Index score to Scant. From

Update: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

November 26, 2013

We have updated and upgraded our traumatic brain injury (TBI) page. In randomized clinical trials hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of death in patients with traumatic brain injury, but there is little evidence survivors enjoy good outcomes. Research results this year were disappointing, prompting us to lower our Evidence Index score to Scant. From

New on HyperbaricLink: Sudden Hearing Loss

November 24, 2013

Today we have added sensorineural hearing loss to our Diseases and Conditions section. Nerve-related deafness is a sudden or rapidly progressive loss of hearing related to problems with the inner ear and the nerves that connect the ear to the brain. Researchers have confirmed a strong association with circulatory problems or lack of oxygen in the inner ear. As many as 20 per 100,000 people per

Update: Hyperbaric Oxygen for Autism

November 22, 2013

We have updated and upgraded our Autism page. Finding scant evidence for hyperbaric oxygen therapy, we now provide more helpful links to patient and clinical resources, to the 2009 Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) position paper, and to the indispensable 2011 book, Thinking Person's Guide to Autism. Here's hoping you find our new page nearly as thoughtful. Hyperbaric oxygen

Update: Hyperbaric Oxygen for Autism

November 22, 2013

We have updated and upgraded our Autism page. Finding scant evidence for hyperbaric oxygen therapy, we now provide more helpful links to patient and clinical resources, to the 2009 Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) position paper, and to the indispensable 2011 book, Thinking Person's Guide to Autism. Here's hoping you find our new page nearly as thoughtful. Hyperbaric oxygen

Cobblers Power Through to the Playoffs as Players get some Oxygen Healing

May 19, 2013

Northampton Town will play Bradford City at Wembley this weekend for the right to be promoted to nPower League 1.

 

In the run up to the big event some of the clubs players have been turning to hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment at Oxygen Healing’s hyperbaric chamber in Rugby to help get them to full fitness for the essential game on Saturday.

 

See how the boys have been getting on in an article from last week’s match day programme:

 

Northampton Town Matchday Programme

Saracens Feel the Pressure

May 19, 2013

Saracen powerhouse Brad Barritt talks to the Evening Standard about getting his HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Treatment) at Oxygen Healing’s London chamber, which is located in St John’s Wood.

 

Brad suffered an ankle injury in a recent rugby match against Toulon and has since been striving to get back to full fitness with the aid of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

NIH Finds NFL Suicide Junior Seau Had Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

January 10, 2013

Junior Seau had CTE. NFL statement on NIH finding bit.ly/WDLnwP. #HyperbaricLink 5/2012 story bit.ly/Ix7rqX. — Ron Mills (@O2ron) January 10, 2013

Going for Gold – Oxygen Healing Puts in an Olympic Performance

December 12, 2012

Oxygen Healing has hit the headlines again with our star patient, London 2012 Gold Medalist Greg Rutherford. Greg has had a number of courses of HBOT treatment with us after suffering a recurring tear in his hamstring prior to the Olympic games last summer.

 

Crediting Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Treatment with getting him back on the road to recovery and propelling him towards his medal winning 8m 31cm jump, Greg tells the Mail on Sunday how thankful he is for the treatment he received.

 

Read the full story by Patrick Strudwick.

Oxygen Healing Hits the Headlines

November 28, 2012

Featured in the Daily Mail Health section this week was an article promoting the work done with Oxygen Healing at the London and Midlands Diving Chambers, focusing on one of the patients, Gwynneth Flowers.

 

Gwynneth contracted necrotising fasciitis and as a result suffered from a severe un-healing wound that caused her a lot of pain and discomfort, not to mention considerable embarrassment and mobility issues. Dissatisfied with the results and efforts of the NHS and not wanting to succumb to the surgeons knife and have her leg amputated, Gwynneth turned to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in order to save her limb and claw back her independence. Having been refused funding by the NHS for the treatment, Gwynneth was determined to fund the treatment herself and says it was worth every penny.

 

Read the full article in which Gwynneth LDC Medical Director Dr Oliver Firth talk to the Daily Mail’s Lucy Elkins.

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