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HBOT2012 International Symposium video of Philip James, MD, Paul Harch, MD & key speakers

HBOT2012 International Symposium video of Philip James, MD, Paul Harch, MD & key speakers

Long Beach CA
August 2012


BRAIN STORM: OXYGEN TREATMENT Episode 2

L.A. City Films Production


This video series Brain Storm: Oxygen Treatment, inspired by the book “The Oxygen Revolution” (authors Paul G. Harch MD & Virginia McCullough) and the new book “Oxygen and the Brain, The Journey of Our Lifetime” (author Philip James, MD) was filmed on location at the HBOT2012 International Symposium in Long Beach CA August 9-12 and is an L.A. City Films production.

In this first episode, Dr. Philip James talks about how a traumatic brain injury is like a brain storm.  Whereas low atmospheric pressure can bring on a powerful storm, the low blood flow resulting from brain injury causes neurological symptoms and cognitive impairment.

CADASIL Treated with Hyperbaric Oxygen Shows Amazing Progress

Because hyperbaric oxygen treatments have not been approved for brain tissue healing, insurance will not pay for this treatment.

Still, people with brain damage, including military veterans with PTSD, come to New Orleans from around the world for treatment.

Since our first story ran in May, people with CADASIL from around the world have contacted Neville.

"We're trying to repair the damage that's been done, and to repair that damage, it takes more treatment. I should be able to get her to a higher level of function. With periodic treatment, we should be able to maintain her there and counteract the effects of the continued CADASIL degeneration," said Dr. Harch.

"I am better and I can feel it and I know people can see it," said Neville.

Dr. Harch, A Hero in The Making For Traumatic Brain Injury Patients

New research on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Treatment (HBOT) for traumatic brain injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) was presented at the 8th World Congress on Brain Injury in Washington DC.

Suicide Epidemic Among Veterans Claims 18 Lives Daily

Suicide Epidemic Among Veterans Claims 18 Lives Daily



 

This is a cry for help from our brave solders who survived some intense situations in the line of duty and made it home alive.  Some were welcomed with cheers some weren’t.  Some came home decorated and some came home with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).  Harch Hyperbarics honors all veterans with our deepest gratitude and for those who need it—treatment that will give them back their lives.

The following is an excerpt from Dr. Paul Harch’s book The Oxygen Revolution: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

The Charmaine Neville CADASIL Treatment Benefit Concert

A star-studded lineup of local musicians shared a stage on the Westbank to raise money for Charmaine Neville.  She's been fighting a debilitating brain condition, known as CADASIL Syndrome, which has taken a physical and financial toll on the singer. See how Charmaine’s treatment with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has helped her get her life back

Brain Storm NCIS, A True Story World Premier, by John Salcedo

A True Story ( 9 Min ) : A Short Film exploring the application of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on wounded war fighters suffering from blast induced Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) caused by an improvised explosive device (IED) during combat operations in Iraq/Afghanistan. LtCol Al Burghard, USMC, retired, shares his story for the advancement of Dr. Harch's hyperbaric medicine research.

Post Concussion Syndrome Treatment with HBOT Mother-to-Mother Letter

Post Concussion Syndrome Treated Two Years later with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
A Mother-to-Mother Letter

By Eileen Geller RN

June 2012


Hi, I'm Eileen Geller, a Seattle-RN and mom of Nate, who is now 13 years old. I understand you have some questions about the potential use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for your nephews, one of whom has lost his eyesight.  I am most happy to speak to you or to your sister or one of your other family members about Nate's experience.  Perhaps it might also be helpful for me to provide a brief written overview of Nate's experience so you can pass this on in advance of a phone call.  At 10 years old Nate received a brain injury playing lacrosse. He had some pretty severe after-effects, including physical debility, pain, balance, hearing, and cognitive function loss.  The most severe problem involved vision.  Nate's entire peripheral vision was knocked out by the injury—he had only an inch in front if each eye with mostly clear sight, the rest of his vision was totally opaque and spinning constantly.  They determined the hit had knocked out his brain's ability to determine visual vergence, among other problems.  For a year and a half we went to a slew of doctors, neurologists, ophthalmologists, optometrists, and other specialists.  Eventually we went to a physician my ophthalmologist neighbor and friend called "the god of eye doctors."  This fellow actually told Nate to his face that his vision would "never ever improve."

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