Standard of Care

The link below is to a very important short video from Israel, where research has proven that hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) can help heal a traumatic brain injury (TBI). While our government/VA is still reviewing the research and evidence on HBOT, the Israelis are using it as a Standard of Care for their military and Veterans with TBI/PTSD. This video in in Hebrew but has sub-titles in English. We need this treatment in our VA and military hospitals instead of the psychotropic drug therapy protocol they are now using. Many TBI cases have been misdiagnosed as PTSD and drug treatment causes further complications for our Veterans.

The Arizona Legislature has approved Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment (HBOT) Program for Veterans with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and selected PTSD conditions. They will be eligible to participate in hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) under a bill approved in the state House (Feb. 21), and by the Senate (Mar 26). After unanimous approval, the law was signed by the Governor on March 29, 2018. Arizona joins Texas, Oklahoma, Indiana and Kentucky in recognizing the efficacy of HBOT to treat TBI and PTSD.

Help Team Veteran Foundation bring this HBOT chamber to the Phoenix area. Arizona joins Texas, Oklahoma, Indiana and Kentucky in recognizing the efficacy of HBOT to treat TBI and PTSD in Veterans. This facility will be open 7 days per week and will be open to the public to treat everyone with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for over 60 different conditions. Here are the conditions.

The Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) used as the standard of care for different pathologies. In addition to standard of care, it was recently proven that HBOT can be effective for different types of brain injuries.
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