We offer HBOT services for the patients with neurological disorders. It is believed by some in the medical community, that breathing 100% oxygen under pressure could improve conditions such as Cerebral Palsy and Stroke. These beliefs are based upon the pharmacological effects of oxygen and the ideology of the diseases.

Cerebral Palsy The FDA recognizes oxygen for the treatment of hypoxia (insufficient levels of oxygen in blood or tissue). Additionally, some of the pharmacological effects (characteristic or properties of a drug) of oxygen are: Anti-eschemic (promotes blood flow), reduces edema (tissue swelling), and it promotes neovascularization (growth of new blood vessels).

We offer HBOT services for the patients with neurological disorders. It is believed by some in the medical community, that breathing 100% oxygen under pressure could improve conditions such as Cerebral Palsy and Stroke. These beliefs are based upon the pharmacological effects of oxygen and the ideology of the diseases. One of the better information sources describing the effects of HBOT and neurological disorders, such as Cerebral Palsy is managed by Dr. Neubauer of Ocean Hyperbaric Center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. We have provided links to several HBOT informational web sites for your review, including the link to Ocean Hyperbaric. It is hoped that this information will assist you in making an informed decision, regarding the benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

http://www.oceanhbo.com/client/ohc/cp.htm

Please visit Cerebral Palsy Magazine web site. It is great source of information.
One of the alternative treatments is the suit therapy. You can find out more about it at Therasuit LLC web site.
Interesting information could be also found at UCP web site. Another good source of info about CP is found on Cerebral Palsy Source web site.
Hope that following links will provide you with more information: American Association for Hyperbaric Awareness
More useful Info is at K 12 academics web site.
Another site that provides suit therapy, PT, OT and more could be found on Crawl , Walk, Jump, run therapy clinic

Following research was done by Dr. Paul Harch. Clinical Studies.

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