By: David J Eve1, Martin R Steele, Paul R Sanberg, and Cesar V Borlongan Click here for the PDF: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a potential treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder associated with traumatic brain injury
Persistent post-concussion syndrome caused by mild traumatic brain injury has become a major cause of morbidity and poor quality of life. Unlike the acute care of concussion, there is no consensus for treatment of chronic symptoms. Moreover, most of the pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments have failed to demonstrate significant efficacy … Read More
No evidence-based guidelines are available for the definitive diagnosis or directed treatment of most blast-associated traumatic brain injuries, partly because the underlying pathology is unknown. http://www.thelancet.com/journals/laneur/article/PIIS1474-4422(16)30057-6/fulltext
In 2014 the state of Oklahoma created through legislation a Veteran TBI Recovery Plan to provide Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and other validated treatments to state veterans. This brief memorandum describes how state recovery plan will work. Links to PDF’s of the initial and final versions of the legislation are also … Read More
Scientists have discovered a unique pattern of scarring in the brains of deceased service members who were exposed to blast injury that differs from those exposed to other types of head injury. Click here to view this article.
New Israeli Treatment For Fibromyalgia Helped 100% Of Sufferers In New Study Click Here to view the article.
Physical injury to servicemen from improvised explosive devices (IEDs) is well-documented; however, exposure to IED detonation can cause nonvisible traumatic brain injury (TBI). PDF: Cralle_Case_Study_DRAFT_10-31-11 (2)
The use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy to treat TBI in Iraqi and Afghanistan veterans who sustained multiple IED Blast Injuries. PDF: Cralle Veteran TBI PTSD Research Folder part 1