“Dr. Harch currently divides his time between his practice in the New Orleans area facility where he continues to explore the effect of HBOT on neurological disorders, animal and human research, teaching and medical society projects. (The New Orleans facility is a contract site for Charity Hospital of New Orleans, the primary teaching institution of Louisiana State University (LSU) and Tulane University Schools of Medicine, and the VA Hospital of New Orleans). Dr. Harch is also a Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the LSU School of Medicine’s Hyperbaric Medicine Fellowship Program and Director of the soon to be opened Hyperbaric Medicine Unit at Medical Center of Louisiana in New Orleans.
Further, for the past 20 years, Dr. Harch has developed a treatment for traumatic brain injury that is helping our veterans recover. He has been criticized and ostracized by many who simply cannot believe that a simple, available, safe, and inexpensive treatment can heal non-healing wounds in the brain, even decades after injury.
Dr. Harch has organized a national study, not funded by the government at all, to help rescue as many veterans of the war as possible. Despite these hardships, scores of veterans are now able to continue their lives, joining the thousands that have been treated by scores of doctors using Dr. Harch’s protocol over the past 20 years.
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