SFU to Research Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on Autism


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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Hyperbaric Chambers Helps Treat Patients Suffering From Strokes

HBOT for Autism

Oxygen is the reason why living beings are alive. It’s a blessing that separates earth from the other planets. The planet is living because of oxygen. Now oxygen is channelized to treat human health. With the help of hyperbaric oxygen you can turn the impossible into possible. Experts have found out that oxygen therapy works wonders in treating stroke. They made use of Hyperbaric Chambers to treat patients suffering from strokes and found out that the victims on being administered with oxygen therapy showed blood vessel development. The study revealed…

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