Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a chronic neurological condition, which has been shown to respond particularly well to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. HBOT can dramatically and permanently improve symptoms of chronic TBI months or even years after the original head injury. SPECT scans following HBOT treatment show that the oxygen therapy can repair neurological damage even decades after an injury. Numerous studies, starting all the way in 1964 have shown astonishing results in administering HBOT to patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). After completing treatment, patients reported improvement in headaches, better focus, improved ability to multitask, and generally more stable emotional functioning.

The amazing results of HBOT therapy are not surprising. Brain trauma disrupts the flow of oxygen to injured parts of the brain. This often leads to cell damage and dysfunction. HBOT floods the body with oxygen, allowing it to pass to damaged brain tissues. HBOT also reduces inflammation, which is essential in TBI treatment. It improves blood flow in and around the brain, decreases cerebral vascular resistance, and reduces intracranial pressure. The increased levels of oxygen help to heal damaged tissue, stimulate new tissue growth, and promote the development of new blood vessels. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a noninvasive treatment that could provide just the relief you need for TBI.