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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for neurological disorders

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Uploaded on Jan 17, 2009

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The neuroscientist Dr. Cyril B. Courville wrote, "crippled nerve cells may persist in the margins of wounds of the brain for many years." Astrup, Siesjo and Symon suggested that within these damaged margins, idling neurons are present. They are metabolically lethargic and are non-functional, because of low oxygen levels and secondary damage. But they remain viable and are subject to being revived with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Proof of this dormant life of the brains cells has been demonstrated with the use of SPECT brain scans done before and after a series of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. In the journal Stroke, Dr. Richard Neubauer, a pioneer in the use of this therapy for treating various neurological diseases, reported outstanding results in a group of 122 stoke patients treated with HBOT. In one case, significant functional improvement was noted when Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy was used 14 years after the initial stroke.

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