Please beware of false claims of association, affiliation with, practice with, consulting, “trained by Dr. Harch,” using “Harch Protocols,” or other misleading statements by healthcare practitioners, clinics, and businesses. Dr. Harch’s private practice is not, and never has been, associated with any other hyperbaric facility or practitioner. “Harch Protocols” are a multi-decade practice strategy, proprietary, and individually customized to be exclusively administered at our clinic in New Orleans under his medical supervision. If you have any questions please contact our friendly staff.
What are the benefits?
Healing cannot take place without appropriate oxygen levels in the tissue and cells. Many illnesses and injuries fail to heal because of inadequate oxygen levels. Increased oxygen under pressure (HBOT) provides this extra oxygen to tissue and cells with minimal side effects.
HBOT Success Stories
Eden Carlson Drowning and Recovery with Hyperbaric Oxygen
This is the story of Eden Carlson, a 2-year old girl who experienced cardiac arrest after cold water drowning. She technically died for nearly drowning. After hyperbaric treatments with Dr. Harch, Eden regained normal speech and cognition, assisted gait, residual fine motor and temperament deficits.Read More
Robert Boytim - Near Drowning Incident
3 year-old Robert Boytim was found unresponsive in a pond. After an hour of CPR, EMS got a heartbeat. The road to recovery began. When Robert visited Dr. Harch his spine was curved completely backwards. Two days after his first treatment, his bend was gone.
Latest HBOT News
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Treating mTBI, Persistent Postconcussional Syndrome (PPCS), and PTSD with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Research News and Some Surprising Findings by Drs. Susan Andrews and Paul Harch Psychology Times, October 2020 – Science & Education – Page 10 After completing our 10-year research project on the effectiveness of treating mTBI, Persistent Postconcussional Syndrome (PPCS), and PTSD with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), we (Susan Andrews, PhD and Paul Harch, MD)October 23, 2020
HBOT VIDEO from AGOSTINI PHOTOGRAPHY on Vimeo.August 30, 2020