Family of a 2-Year-Old Gets Creative and Raises Money for Hyperbaric Therapy

Family Raises Money for HBOT

Maddie Elicio was just 22-months-old when he had a near drowning experience in the family pool. His mother recalls the bone-chilling experience when she saw Maddie floating on top of water face down. Though Maddie’s father jumped in to pull him out of water, he suffered brain damage. The incident was so tragic for Maddie’s twin sister that she wouldn’t leave him alone and it was hard to separate the two. He was in water for 10 minutes which led to severe damage of his brain cortex. Doctors rated the…

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What Happens before and during the Oxygen Treatment?

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Many people get to know about hyperbaric oxygen therapy via various sources. However, many of these patients are often apprehensive about the working of HBOT therapy, how it is carried out, and what the side effects are. So, today, let’s analyze the whole process of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. What Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy? HBOT therapy involves 100% oxygen inhalation inside a pressurized chamber or cell. Normally, when a patient is not receiving HBOT, red blood cells become the sole carrier of oxygen in the body. However, when the patient is…

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Oxygen Therapy Revived Brain Functioning of Toddler Eden

HBOT treated toddler

Oxygen therapy miraculously saved a 2-year-old child who almost drowned in a swimming pool at her home. There are numerous other success stories related to hyperbaric therapy that involves breathing pure oxygen. The process is known to have a healing effect on many other ailments such as autism, cerebral palsy, sports injuries, traumatic brain injury, etc. Let’s see what is hyperbaric oxygen therapy. What Is HBOT Therapy? Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a process that involves breathing 100% oxygen in a pressurized chamber. Normally, red blood cells transport oxygen in our…

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HBOT Success Story: How HBOT Helped an Autistic Child

HBOT Helped Autistic kid

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a preferred treatment option for patients afflicted by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). There are several instances of autistic individuals having benefited from this effective treatment. Here we are sharing the inspiring story of little David. How HBOT Helped David – A Child with Autism David, an adorable seven year old, was just two when the doctors diagnosed him with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Since his infancy, David had the habit of expressing himself through hand movements instead of communicating his needs verbally. In due course,…

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SFU to Research Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on Autism

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Simon Frazer University (SFU) is a public research academia established in 1965 and based in British Columbia, Canada. It has branches in Burnaby, Surrey, and Vancouver. Being one of the premier academic institutions in Canada, over the years SFU has contributed significantly in the research and development of medical science. Since April 2015, SFU has been conducting focused research and analyzing the effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) on autistic patients. Who is Funding the Research? The research is being funded by Darryl and Lee Frost, who have been magnanimous…

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How HBOT Is a Cure to PTSD and TBI Symptoms?

HBOT cure PTSD

In spite of a rapid growth in the number of people being affected by traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) throughout the past decade, you’ll hardly find any preponderant treatment for cure. You must be knowing about hyberbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) as a mode of treatment to fasten the healing of wounds. Surprisingly, the recent collaborative study, after a lot of experimentation, has affirmed HBOT to be a potential treatment for TBI and PTSD. Therefore, first let us know in detail about TBI, PTSD, and HBOT. Traumatic…

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Make your Scuba Diving Safe & Enjoyable with Personal Hyperbaric Chamber

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It is known to all the scuba divers that decompression sickness is a great danger while diving in the open water. Decompression sickness is known as “the bends”, “divers disease” and “caisson disease”. If you are interested in scuba diving but do not know much about decompression sickness, before going for scuba diving, you must know everything about it. A personal hyperbaric chamber can help the divers to recover from decompression sickness. But before going to this discussion, let’s know more about the sickness. What is this decompression sickness? Decompression…

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HBOT Transforms the LIfe of a US Army Veteran

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) has won critical acclaim in many quarters in recent years, both at home and abroad, for the way in which it has metamorphosed the lives of many patients. The amazing story of how the therapy ameliorated the life of Chris Daniels, a US Army Veteran, further reinforces the view. While serving in the armed forces, Daniels moved to Iraq in 2003 at the time of war, and stayed there for a couple of years. He had witnessed several bomb explosions from close proximity during his stint,…

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HBOT Device Market to Grow at a CAGR of 7.2% between 2015 and 2020

HBOT Device Market

The market of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) devices is anticipated to grow at a brisk CAGR of 7.2% between 2015 and 2020, according to a news report. It adds further that the details, which also feature the production-demand data, have been commissioned under the title “Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Devices Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2015 – 2020”. The market of HBOT devices primarily comprises of three segments – product, application, and region; each influences the market in one way or the other. Under the product segment, the devices…

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Research Suggests that HBOT Relieves Fibromyalgia

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Fibromyalgia affects 1 in 70 Americans on average, and is more common among women than men. Out of more than 12 million Americans who suffer from it, a majority of patients are women who belong to the 25-60 age group. It is difficult to diagnose, and often confused with other medical conditions. As a result, a patient may be subjected to unrelenting pain for months or even years prior to its diagnosis. There are only a few therapies available at present which can relieve the shooting pains arising from fibromyalgia….

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