Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (1.5 ATA) in treating sports related TBI/CTE: two case reports

@inproceedings{Stoller2011HyperbaricOT,
  title={Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (1.5 ATA) in treating sports related TBI/CTE: two case reports},
  author={Kenneth P. Stoller},
  booktitle={Medical gas research},
  year={2011}
}
Despite adequate evidence, including randomized controlled trials; hyperbaric oxygen is not yet recognized as efficacious for treating various forms of brain injury, specifically traumatic brain injury. Political-economic issues have kept this benign therapy from being widely adopted despite the lack of viable alternatives. Two football players with TBI/CTE are herewith shown to benefit from being treated with hyperbaric oxygen as documented by neurocognitive examinations and functional brain… CONTINUE READING
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