Breakthrough Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Treatment for TBI Could Succeed Where the VA Has Failed

Clint Chamberlin is just one of the veterans who has seen incredible recovery because of the Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) treatment, which he sought due to the failure of the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide him serious treatment apart from a list of psychotropic drugs.

HBOT is an alternative treatment that actually helps to heal the brain, as opposed to medicine that just dampens symptoms.

HBOT works by pumping pure oxygen into a body chamber to increase tissue oxygen availability. For patients suffering from a TBI, the hypothesis is that some of the injured tissue is non-functioning, and pure oxygen helps to reactivate the tissue, which can mitigate the impact of a TBI.

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