I'm seeing this in the news more and more, and then today I spoke with a survivor from California and she has had 20 treatments. She noticed a dramatic improvement after 3 sessions. Now I'm interested! She said it helped her speech and overall made her feel better.
Have any of you tried this?
Hey John -- Have not tried it (yet), but have intereacted with Diane Pechenick whose online Facebook group is "HBOT for Health."
She is very open to being contacted, and the questioning presented on the page is interesting..
Just yesterday I was having "a pain day" (extreme head stuff), and have heard so much about benefit of oxygen therapy that I *seriously* was considering just 'biting the bullet' and outright buying a chamber!Some months ago I had done a lot or research and Diane has lots of data, a lot of which is very compelling.
I am not looking for "a cure" at all (after 22 years [!!] following extreme trauma), but just another 'arrow-in-my-quiver' to combat the more extreme dimensions of this trauma. Many good resports -- the chambers are variously priced, starting with the smallest at 23" (around $5+K).
Here is the link; see what you think...
Regards, my friend!
I did about 100 treatments, it was a miricle for me, i was stuck for many years in a wheel chair and was able to get our of the chair and walk a little in just a couple of months, after 6 months i was walking again and still improving to this day, I would be doing more treatments but they are exspensive and it did brake me but worth every penny
Good show, Mark -- pleased to hear you had such success! I am a traumatic brain injury 'survivor,' and was considering the purchase of a home chamber a while ago; and your information is very encouraging when considering outcomes and possibilities...
Looks promising, but unfortunately I don't have anywhere near the amount they cost for even one session. I unfortunately suffered my TBI before I got a start on my life...and my family doesn't have that kind of money. Really wish I could get it done....