Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been shown to help patients with brain damage caused by a stroke. Recent research supports its positive impacts on patients who receive treatment.
Recent research demonstrates the effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) as a viable treatment for sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), showing the non-invasive therapy especially advantageous for those with more severe cases.
Skin grafting is performed to help heal and/or cover a wound or scar. Helpful pre- and post-surgery protocols include receiving hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and refraining from smoking and/or taking certain medications, among others.
Crush syndrome is a serious complication of crush injury, in which the compression of muscles sends damaging toxins into the body’s bloodstream. Typically, shock or kidney failure follows.
A recent study found that people who’ve suffered mild concussions are more likely to develop dementia than those who’ve never experienced head trauma.
This isn't a set timeline for when a person will recover from radiation treatment; it varies, depending on different factors, including the type and location of cancer and the length of time someone received treatment.
One crush injury treatment that could promote healing and help fight infection is hyperbaric oxygen therapy, also referred to as HBOT.
While some patients may feel more comfortable at a hospital outpatient clinic due to its institutional setting, its associated multiple co-pays and higher cost of care make a private medical practice the better option for others.