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The “Miracle” Treatment That Reverses Brain Damage in Stroke Patients

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  1. Sandra Iglesias says:

    I hope the hiperbaric oxigen works. I am going to try it. I had a stroke in my cerebellum, and when they operated, they took out about 40% My stroke was on November 2, 2008, about four and a half years ago, I am 61 years old. My name is Sandra Iglesias.

  2. Jac Deweese says:

    So how would one go about seeding such treatment?

    My wife had fall resulting in a hip replacement about 6 years ago. She has been diagnosed with dementia apparently due to multiple strokes prior to the accident.

    Up until the accident she was a vivacious outgoing person. Since then she seldom speaks, cannot answer questions and is unable to move her left leg and reluctant to move her left arm.

    During a recent hospital stay she seemed to recover some cognitive ability. We suspect oxygen and/or nebulizer treatment for the improvement, but subsequent oxygen use failed to achieve similar results.

    This treatment sounds promising in view of that experience.

  3. Rohitas Janu says:

    My wife have brain stroke in July 13 while she was treating for gall stone surgery and lost memory. After two months she reverted few memory but not remember past 1 year of stroke i.e admission and treatment during hospitalision etc & what she eaten in breakfast or lunch. Is there any treatment for fast recovery of memory. Regards

  4. Sue says:

    Apparently hyperbaric oxygen is creeping into “miracle” territory and isn’t it absolutely marvellous!!! I do hope this treatment is soon available in the ordinary suite of post trauma therapies and the fact that it can address the after affects of 20-yr-old strokes and possibly Alzheimers and other dementias is wonderful. I hope that the above two respondees get their wishes fulfilled sooner rather than later. I wonder what else it could be good for……………..

  5. Wayne Hall says:

    About 20 yrs ago i lifted too much weight, seems something broke loose in bloodstream and traveled up to my brain shutting blood off to a nerve that controls my left side of my facial muscles.. suffered paralasis and very noticable like bells palsy but permanent.. any chance this helps that type of stroke.. i have not had any complications from this since it happened, but just would love to smile normal and close my left eye.. I spent alot of money with a doctor in Maryland doing the 10s unit therapy but maybe the time since the stroke till his treatment was too long.. not sure, but would love any word, I dont have money now, as it affected my job prospects, and really caused alot of issues… even my children would be embarrassed to go places.. what help could this be for me??

  6. Steve perkins says:

    I had a TIA in June of 2012 that revealed I had several other Tia’s over the years. I struggle with my memory, speech, stability and energy. What can help me?

  7. ashley edwards says:

    my son who is 6 suffers from PVL Periventricular Leukomalacia, and agenesis of the corpus callosum. his damage is extensive, the doctors told us it was a massive empty spot around his ventricals. though he has shown amazing improvement, he is in need of such treatment if it could help his brain metabolic function to recover. how do I get this treatment where I live in the st Louis area?

  8. Laurie Rubin says:

    Does anyone know of any clinical trials for this stroke treatment going on in the U.S.? Please respond now. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

  9. stephen says:

    my brother suffered a stroke that has affected his speech and movement how can he get this treatment reply please.

  10. p feeney says:

    I Live in Ireland and would like to know where I can avail of this treatment and how much it costs? I suffered a stroke in 2009 leaving mne a wheelchair user . Please advise

  11. P.Trundy says:

    My cousin had a stroke resultant from brain surgery to remove a cancerous tumor. The tumor was successfully removed and surgery went well. The error occurred after surgery where she was left lying down too long. No compression boots were used on her legs.
    This surgery was performed more around 10 years ago. My cousin is 92-23 years ikd,
    Could this therapy be a possibility for her and if so, how does one go about meeting eligibility requirements? I hope someone sees and offers a reply as soon as poissible.

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