There has been much written about the use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) and a variety of medical conditions. Many of the articles relate to the use of traditional HBOT, and further evaluation is needed to see if mild HBOT (mHBOT) will bring similar benefits. As mHBOT is a safe therapy that is now available to the public, Healing Hyperbarics is willing to offer mHBOT for these and other medical conditions to those patients who submit for medical consultation, if it is determined by the medical staff that this therapy MAY be beneficial and it is not contraindicated for the particular patient. Healing Hyperbarics makes no representation that mHBOT will definitively bring benefit for these conditions.
HBOTreatment.com is a comprehensive informational webpage that explains in detail about the use of HBOT in many different medical conditions. Healing Hyperbarics does not control the content of HBOTreatment.com, nor does it ensure the accuracy of the information provided there. Please CLICK HERE to go to the list of medical conditions presented at HBOTreatment.com.
Below are articles that support the use of HBOT that do not appear on HBOTreatment.com.
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Research Review Article: “Hyperbaric oxygen therapy may improve symptoms in autistic children” Rossignol and Rossignol, Feb 2006. CLICK HERE
Research Review Article: “Hyperbaric oxygen therapy might improve certain pathophysiological findings in autism”, Rossignol, Sept 2006. CLICK HERE
Research Study Article: “The effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on oxidative stress, inflammation, and symptoms in children with autism: an open-label pilot study”, Rossignol, Nov 2007. CLICK HERE
Research Study Article: “Hyperbaric treatment for children with autism: a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, controlled trial”, Rossignol et al, March 2009. CLICK HERE
Healing Hyperbarics is a medical practice affiliated with David S. Berger, M.D., PA. All patients of Healing Hyperbarics will be under the medical supervision of Dr. Berger. A licensed health care provider may prescribe hyperbaric oxygen treatment after consulting with the patient/family and reviewing the patient's medical history. All prescribed therapy will be monitored and assessed on a regular basis as part of the professional services.