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Re: “Is Hyperbaric Oxygen a 'Miracle Cure'?

Please try HBOT and I think you'll start to get some relief.
It changed my life.

All best wishes,
Jean Guenther
(my post below)

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Posted by Jean Guenther on 06/06/2017 at 8:17 PM

Re: “Is Hyperbaric Oxygen a 'Miracle Cure'?

Thanks for this Great Article Ken!

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is the Only treatment which actually regenerated my brain cells after a debilitating concussion and TBI which left me a shell of my former self.
After almost 3 years of trying every available modest coping mechanisms, only HBOT brought my brain functioning back to life. I am grateful to Grace Johnstone, DC, who's bringing HBOT to Vermont, so I'm now on the board of www.HyperbaricVermont.org working with Grace to raise awareness and funds to open an HBOT Treatment Facility in Burlington, for starters, making HBOT locally available and accessible. HBOT has restored and improved my brain and body, and pleasantly also reduced long-term inflammatory pain from arthritis and knee replacement pain. I'm delighted to finally be off pain and migraine meds.

I have witnessed how HBOT successfully improves many "difficult to treat" conditions with cumulative hour-long sessions. While resting in a chamber which provides one-third more air pressure and three times the oxygen it's this simple barometric oxygen therapy which heals damaged tissue and clear out problematic inflammation and toxins. HBOT helped alleviate my post TBI PTSD and has improved my sleep, mood, and energy level.

I also benefitted from participating in "Love Your Brain" TBI Adapted Yoga Series, which brought me out of TBI sensory-distorting isolation and enabled me to again enjoy movement and yoga, and which included support and yoga for my caregiving husband, Bob Stuhlmann. I appreciate very bit of of help ofered to people suffering from a TBI, or any condition believed to be "difficult to treat". If conventional methods aren't helping, why not find out if Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can help?

Jean Guenther

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Posted by Jean Guenther on 06/02/2017 at 3:52 PM

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