Image Credits: FAMILY IMAGE PROVIDED FOR STAR TRIBUNE When two-year old, Kenize was bitten by a puppy in a freak accident, she easily could have lost the top 1/3 of her ear. Yet, it was Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy that saved the day; and her ear. The Riemenschneiders...
The article in CN Traveler states "From Sound Baths in the Maldives to Recovery Lounges in Napa Valley" as it lists the biggest travel trends of 2023 for optimum health and wellness. HBOT is highlighted as a beneficial therapy at the Recovery Lounge in Napa Valley....
Instagrammer Shena saw something on the side of the road near a blueberry field and wasn't sure what it was, at first she thought it was a black trash bag. Lo and behold it was a stray dog, and it was hurt pretty bad suffering from a broken leg. Shena tells her...
Kirk Nielson, a 9-year-old Algona boy who loves to ride motorcycles, recently severely injured his toe while riding. He used Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to heal from the injury, and afterward he had the surprise of a lifetime..... Article cited from MessengerNews...
It is estimated that around 5,000,000 Americans suffer from chronic, non-healing wounds as a result of injuries and diseases such as ulcers, diabetes, and circulatory problems. Even though our bodies are made to heal the average wound, many wounds exist that are...
The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of an optical device designed and
developed to quantitatively monitor blood flow velocity of wound sites. It is hypothesized
that the blood flow velocity of the wound site will provide critical information on the
efficacy of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the safety and efficacy of an optical device
designed and developed to quantitatively monitor blood flow velocity of wound sites. The
hypothesis is that the blood flow velocity of the wound site will provide critical
information on the efficacy of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Clinical Trial – The Use of Pentoxifylline and Vitamin E in the Treatment of Late Radiation Related Injuries
Patients with radiation induced injuries experience significant pain and negative effects on
quality of life. Currently, no standard therapy for these patients exists, with some patients
treated symptomatically, and others treated with hyperbaric oxygen or pentoxifylline/Vitamin
E. This study will examine prospectively the safety and efficacy of using a regimen of
pentoxifylline and vitamin E in patients with late radiation induced injuries.