Friday, April 22, 2016 | by Abby Zimet, staff writer, Common Dreams Here’s how it’s done: A North Carolina judge – and veteran – who sentenced a three-tour, PTSD-afflicted veteran to 24 hours in jail for a DUI offense, and noted how the offender trembled at sentencing, served the time with him.
Significant Benefits reported by Multiple Research Teams Over the last 15 years, a pattern of distinct wounding has come to the forefront as veterans of the War on Terror have returned from the combat zone. These unique injuries have perplexed physicians for over 100 years. Labeled as invisible wounds, these … Read More
Dr. Scott Sherr, Medical Advisor to Hyperbaric Medical Solutions, discusses the origins of and present and investigational applications of HBOT. Audio Podcast Part 1 – 25 minutes Audio Podcast Part 2 – 34 minutes Under pressure, 100% oxygen permeates all tissues of the body and promotes healing and regeneration. It … Read More
Bill Romanowski sustained 20 documented concussions, and certainly more he doesn’t know about, during his 16-year NFL career.
Joe Namath enters the ‘No Spin Zone’ http://video.foxnews.com/v/4739949885001/joe-namath-enters-the-no-spin-zone/?#sp=show-clips
Hero Ben Parkinson – Britain’s most injured surviving soldier – is making a miracle recovery thanks to a pioneering new course of treatment.
October 21, 2015 | by Dr. Carol Henricks Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy ( HBOT ) is the standard of care treatment for traumatic brain injury ( TBI ) / military blast injury in Israel. The citizens and the military in Israel have been exposed to blast after blast explosion throughout their history, and … Read More
VFW Magazine, February 2016, by Janie Blankenship While hyperbaric oxygen therapy has proven effective in treating some veterans, others say it’s bogus.In Ohio, several vets have found relief thanks to the generosity of a VFW charitable foundation there. Click here to view the entire news story…go to page 20.
by Xavier A. Figueroa, PhD; James K. Wright, MD Introduction: PTSD1,2 and TBI3–5 have been part of medicine and war since recorded history. The major difference between preindustrial military campaigns and those that have occurred within the last 150 years has been one of scale and the increase in the … Read More