The Wellness Conference 2012 is on the treatment by hyperbaric therapy. The conference is on April 21, 2012 from three to 10 pm. The conference would bring forth three renowned speakers who would give a comprehensive overview in the field of hyperbaric therapy. This will be at the Gig Harbor Boys & Girls Club, 8502 Skansie Ave. in Gig Harbor.
The conference by Helping Others Live Life Initiative (HOLLI) would have renowned guest speakers, Dr. Bradstreet, researcher of stem cells and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Shannon Kenitz, president of the International Hyperbaric Association and the acclaimed specialist of autism, Bill Schindler, who would be the keynote speaker for the NFL on brain injuries and concussions.
This year’s meeting would not only be the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of the therapy but the collected contributions would assist those who are in the need of this treatment but cannot avail it because of financial crisis. This would facilitate in providing assistance and give another patient a chance to live.
The treatment utilizes introduction of oxygen under pressurized circumstances. This hypoxic environment enables the patient to absorb oxygen especially in areas that are deprived. The therapy leads to a host of benefits. For example,
- Enhances the cell mobility and improves the immunity of the body.
- Stimulates the growth of new capillaries.
- Treats various wounds and ulcers.
- The treatment benefits people with chronic degenerative diseases like cerebral palsy, cerebral stroke, brain injury, autism, sclerosis etc.
- Cures gangrene.
- Reduces inflammation and increases the stamina.
HOLLI Marketing director, Heidi Gray said that this is their first event. This event is all about spreading awareness and educating people concerning the hyperbaric therapy. The audience can get their information from the experts who have been dealing with this therapy from the very beginning.
HOLLI was solely formed as a nonprofit organization with Mike Burris, an entrepreneur, Nina Schweikart and Grant Schweikart in September 2011. Nina Schweikart accredited hyperbaric therapy for relieving her of multiple sclerosis. They consummated HOLLI to make the HBOT treatment more feasible.
The conference would also include kayaking trips and an overnight campout. There would also be a live concert to raise the funds for the HBOT patients. The upcoming fundraiser in 2013 will be a 1500 mile 30 day kayaking trip down the Mississippi river. For more information contact Mr. Mike Mike Burris at 253-303-1763 or visit www.hollipc.com.