Stroke HbotWritten by admin on March 26th, 2010
http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/Hyperbaric-Oxygen-Chamber-Testimonials.html Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has long been used in mainstream medicine to treat a dozen very specific problems, such as stubborn wounds, but its use in neurological conditions is highly controversial.
In the past few years, parent activism has spawned a nationwide movement to get research and recognition for the use of the therapy for their disabled children. And the mainstream medical community — though skeptical — is starting to funnel some money and effort into the question.
“”As of now, there is no scientific evidence in support of the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for cerebral palsy, but on the other hand, there are still enough questions here that we are reluctant to say this is just foolishness,”" said Dr. Murray Goldstein, medical director of the United Cerebral Palsy Research and Education Foundation.
The organization expects soon to announce a $300,000 study into the treatment, which involves multiple sessions in a chamber over the course of weeks or months.
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