If you or someone you love suffers from disability caused by a stroke, I've got the best news you've heard in a long time.
You should try a therapy that's safe, inexpensive—and involves no drugs and no surgery!
After this therapy, stroke victims who
couldn't walk can walk again.
Patients who couldn't talk can talk again.
It sure worked for Florence Moore of Connecticut. About ten years ago she suffered a stroke and was confined to a wheelchair. Then in 2004 she had a serious accident and suffered a brain injury that was equal to another stroke.
When her son Patrick brought her to Dr. Adam Briener's clinic in Trumbull, Connecticut, Florence could barely talk. In fact, she could barely stay awake when Dr. Breiner was speaking to her. What's more, her left arm and leg were paralyzed, she was on a feeding tube, and she'd suffered memory loss.
Conventional doctors said this woman in her eighties would never improve. She would be in a wheelchair for life.
Boy, were they wrong!
Now Florence can walk with a walker. She's off the feeding tube. She's alert and can talk with people.
The last thing I want to do is raise false hopes. This therapy does not work for everyone. But studies show as many as two out of three stroke patients get better.
Some get completely well, as though they'd never been sick!
What's more, accident victims, burn victims, diabetics, and even migraine patients enjoy the same kind of amazing turnarounds!
Results astonish conventional therapists
Another post-stroke patient, Sharon Tarrant, first came to Dr. Breiner's office in a wheelchair. Sharon was paralyzed in her left arm and leg and had trouble swallowing. She'd suffered loss of memory and mental abilities and was tired all the time.
After a series of treatments Sharon walked into Dr. Breiner's office with her cane. No wheelchair! Her appetite and energy were back, and her complexion had gone from yellow to pink and healthy. Sharon's physical therapists said they'd never seen anyone with that much stroke damage make that kind of improvement.
58-year-old Larry H. was bedridden and unresponsive following a stroke. Doctors told his wife Judy he was beyond hope and would probably get worse. But Judy decided to try the new, alternative treatment at a Florida clinic run by Richard Neubauer, M.D.
"After the fourteenth hyperbaric treatment, he amazed us all," said Judy. He was able to say a few words and move himself. What's more, he continued to get better and was able to leave his nursing facility. His family was able to care for him at home.
Another stroke victim endured four comas and a brain infection. When he came out of intensive care he couldn't remember his own name, and he needed a cane to walk. After trying the alternative therapy, he not only could say his name, he could also speak in sentences, ask questions, feed and dress himself, play cards, and more!
It's not a miracle.
It's hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Like some kind of biblical miracle, the lame walk again and the mute speak. Except this is no miracle. It's a legitimate medical treatment called hyperbaric oxygen therapy or HBOT.
HBOT is a medically accepted treatment. It was first developed in the 1930s and '40s to treat "the bends" that can cripple or kill scuba divers.
Nowadays, there's a small HBOT unit on every U.S. Navy ship, plus big land-based facilities. Hyperbaric oxygen is also an accepted treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning. It was used to treat the sole survivor of the recent mining tragedy in West Virginia.
HBOT also speeds up the healing of burns, problem wounds and certain infections. For trauma victims, it can be the difference between recovery and lifelong disability.
There should be an HBO unit in every hospital. The treatment should be routine for burn and injury patients. For coma victims, I call it a must.
Yet, most mainstream doctors know nothing
about HBOT even for these accepted uses.
And when it comes to so-called "controversial" uses like stroke, diabetes or multiple sclerosis, doctors are worse than ignorant. They are dead set against HBOT and they'll try to keep it from you.
How can oxygen hurt you? Answer: It can't.
Research scientists from all over the world have published more than 30,000 research papers about HBOT. It's safe, and it works.
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If you are rushed to a hospital after an accident, a heart attack or a stroke, chances are the ambulance personnel will give you pure, 100 percent oxygen. You'll breathe it through a face mask over your mouth and nose, the kind we've all seen many times.
A new way to revive damaged brain cells
The only difference between that and hyperbaric oxygen is pressure. When you undergo HBO therapy, the oxygen is under one-and-a-half to two times the pressure of the air you're breathing as you read this.
Oxygen is vital to life, and we'd die quickly without it. We all know that. But under normal pressure, only your red blood cells called hemoglobin carry oxygen all over your body to nourish your tissues.
There's no other way to deliver oxygen. Hemoglobin is it. The only game in town. Or that's what most doctors will tell you.
They've got it wrong.
You'll find out exactly why and how HBOT works in a Special Report I've written called The Oxygen Miracle.
When we breathe oxygen under high pressure—called hyperbaric oxygen—the watery part of our blood called PLASMA also carries oxygen. What's more, plasma is a thin fluid that can carry the oxygen to places in your body the bulky red blood cells can't go.
That can be a matter of life and death to a stroke victim. Because when you have a stroke, a blood clot or some other obstruction cuts off oxygen to part of your brain. Red blood cells can't get through.
Depending on what part of the brain is starved for oxygen, you may lose the ability to speak, or walk, or to use a hand or an arm. As you know, there's a whole list of different handicaps that can follow a stroke. It all depends on what part of the brain the stroke damages.
But plasma is a thin fluid that can still reach parts of the brain that are cut off from red blood cells. And during HBO therapy, plasma can carry oxygen.
Your doctor doesn't know
It's just about certain your primary care doctor doesn't know this, even though it's elementary physics that he or she should remember from high school. Gas under pressure will diffuse into a liquid, just like the bubbles in a soda.
And it's all achieved without drugs or surgery.
But there's more your doctor doesn't know, even though it's well-established science: Following a stroke, a large number of brain cells are still alive but nonfunctioning.
Brain cells called neurons can survive for years on as little as 15 percent of the blood flow they got before a stroke. They're still alive, but they can't do their jobs anymore.
Surrounding the part of the brain that was killed by a stroke, there's an area that's still alive, but just barely. It's full of dormant or idling brain cells called the penumbra. (Spring that one on your doctor and see if he knows what you're talking about.)
When a stroke patient undergoes HBOT and oxygen hits those idling brain cells in the penumbra, they wake up.
People get their lost memories back. They are able to speak again. They are able to walk again.
Even more remarkable, you can get better months or years after a stroke. Dr. Richard Neubauer is one of the world's leading authorities on HBOT. He treated a 60-year-old woman thirteen years after she suffered a stroke that left her with speech, motion, and drooling problems.
Using a certain type of brain scan, Dr. Neubauer could actually see this woman's penumbra—the idling neurons I talked about earlier. He used HBOT to feed those neurons the oxygen they needed. And she was able to get better a full thirteen years after her stroke.
And then there's Bill, who "woke up" in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber during his eighth HBO treatment. This was after six months in a coma and three full years after his stroke. He recovered his ability to speak, move and eat.
Hope for coma, head injury, migraine, burns
HBOT is useful for a lot more than just stroke. Migraine headaches melt away like spring snow.
A migraine victim will tell you the pain is worse than anything you can imagine. It doesn't kill you, but you may wish it would! The usual treatment is powerful pain-killers, including narcotics. And the pills don't always work.
You have to seek it out for yourself
Now there's good news. In a European study of migraine patients, almost every single person reported the pain and other symptoms disappeared within minutes of entering an HBO chamber.
And HBOT is a must if you suffer carbon monoxide poisoning, as thousands do every year from motor vehicle exhaust or from mal-
A man suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning lay in a coma for eleven days. Dr. Neubauer began HBOT on the 12th day, and the patient woke up during his first session! After 23 sessions the patient could walk without help. Eventually he returned to a normal life with only minor after-effects.
This is good stuff for you to know, because the survival rate is poor for patients who have been in a coma more than a month. There's no time to waste!
Yet you don't have a very good chance of being treated with HBOT at a typical emergency room. Your conventional doctors probably won't prescribe HBOT for your injured loved one. You're on your own.
I'm here to help. Don't wait five or ten years for the American medical establishment to finally get it. I urge you to order my Special Report, The Oxygen Miracle, and find out now, BEFORE a crisis, where you can go for help.
Some diabetics save their limbs
HBOT is an accepted way to heal "problem" wounds, although chances are your doctor doesn't know that. Most likely, your local hospital won't treat you with HBOT if you have a non-healing wound.
That's tragic because thousands of diabetes patients suffer from ulcers on their toes, feet and legs due to poor circulation. As the disease gets worse, they experience pain and difficulty walking.
Diabetics may actually lose the ability to feel in toes, feet, or legs. Then come ulcers, and finally gangrene—a disease that thrives where there's no oxygen. Doctors often recommend amputation when things get bad enough.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy offers hope. Some alternative doctors successfully use HBOT to improve circulation, clear up foot ulcers and save feet and legs.
HBOT is NOT a cure for diabetes. But it can help manage the disease, along with conventional treatments. Amputation can be avoided. The ulcers can clear up and the leg tissue can become pink and healthy again.
New hope for multiple sclerosis
Likewise, HBOT is not a cure for multiple sclerosis—no responsible person claims it is—but Dr. Neubauer and other doctors have successfully slowed down or stabilized the disease.
Teresa S. is a Florida woman with MS. She'd been receiving HBO treatments for 16 years at the time I spoke with her. She was steadily getting better.
The secret: Keep at it
"I was in a walker and then I walked with two canes, then one, and now I've thrown away both of them. HBO just worked for me," she says. "I had refused to believe it until it actually worked."
A Texas woman was stricken with MS at age 38. Within a couple of years, this mother of three was blind and confined to a wheelchair. After HBO therapy, she regained her ability to walk and could see well enough to read.
There are plenty of other MS patients who swear by HBOT. In the United Kingdom, MS patients got so fed up with the medical establishment they formed their own organization to treat MS with hyperbaric oxygen. Over 10,000 people got the treatment the medical establishment wanted to deny them.
Likewise, health consumers in Texas staged a revolt against the medical establishment. They got the legislature to require insurers to pay for hyperbaric oxygen treatments for stroke and other neurological disorders. One lawmaker confessed to being amazed by how much mail he received from fed-up health consumers who wanted HBOT.
Doctors are skeptical of HBOT as a treatment for stroke and MS partly because they don't know the right away to go about it. They expect too much, and they expect the wrong things.
In your Special Report, The Oxygen Miracle, you'll learn whether you or someone you love is a candidate for HBOT. You'll learn where to find a clinic and what the treatment is like. I try to give you a fair, realistic appraisal of whether HBOT can help you.
Patients with chronic stroke or MS disabilities may require long-term HBO therapy. Many receive 40, 80 or even more HBO sessions—and they're delighted with their progress. What's more. . .
Some people DO experience dramatic, instant results.
A professor of medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin says, "I've seen partially paralyzed people half carried into the HBOT chamber, and they walk out after the first treatment. If we got to these people quickly, we could prevent a great deal of damage."
A 76-year-old Georgia man, Raymond N., experienced dizziness, confusion, and weakness on one side of his body after an apparent stroke.
Raymond was lucky. He received HBO therapy within six hours. After only one session, a brain scan showed more oxygen was reaching the stroke-damaged parts of his brain. After ten HBO sessions, he was completely well, as though nothing had happened.
Don't wait until you or someone you love suffers a crippling stroke, head injury or burns. My Special Report tells you how to find an HBO facility in the U.S.—including those few that will treat stroke and MS.
Gas poisoning victim recovers from "permanent" disability
HBOT can also help if a patient emerges from a coma but still suffers stroke-like disabilities.
Dr. Neubauer treated a 19-year-old boy who came out of a coma 20 days after succumbing to natural gas fumes in his home. His accident left him with the mental capacity of 12-year-old. And he didn't get better for two years.
Then, lucky for him, his parents found out about HBOT and the young man was treated. He got well enough to return to his college studies.
If you or someone you love suffers gas poisoning, near-drowning, head injury or a long list of other accidents and traumas, HBO therapy can be the difference between recovery and lifelong disability.
Burn victim's doctors can't believe her recovery
Dr. Julian Whitaker, the well-known alternative M.D., published a remarkable story about a burn victim.
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The 26-year-old real estate agent was showing a house when she struck a match to light a gas fireplace. It exploded in her face, inflicting first and second degree burns all over her face, down her nasal passages and into her windpipe.
During her three-day hospital stay, a plastic surgeon told her she'd probably need surgery to correct scars and discoloration. Instead, she turned to Dr. Whitaker, who treated her for three weeks with HBOT.
According to Dr. Whitaker, "When she told [her doctors] she was undergoing hyperbaric oxygen therapy, they actually discouraged it, warning her to 'be careful.'"
But less than a month after her accident, the young lady's face was totally healed with no scars at all! One of her doctors admitted that if he didn't know better, he would have thought she'd never been burned.
The sooner you receive HBOT following a stroke, the more likely you are to recover.
Even conventional doctors admit the first few hours, called the acute phase, are critical.
But tragically, most of us don't know how to tell when a stroke is coming on, or what steps to take when it does. When is the last time you saw a public service announcement about stroke, or someone asked you to donate to find a cure for stroke?
Stroke is the forgotten disease, even though it's the third leading cause of death in the United States—and the NUMBER ONE CAUSE OF DISABILITY.
Even doctors fail to recognize the signs of a stroke
It's amazing, but true. They actually tell people there's nothing wrong with them and send them home! It's unbelievable.
I don't want you to be a victim of this tragic ignorance. That's why I've prepared a second Special Report called The Sign You're about to have a Stroke—and Why Many Doctors Miss It. You can often spot what's coming days beforehand and take the steps I explain in this report.
For one thing, you don't want to go to just any hospital if you think you may be having a stroke. Most doctors know so little about stroke, they may not know what to do. My report reveals your best options.
This one tip alone could save you from a lifetime of disability. It's in the second report, which you'll receive FREE when you purchase a copy of my hyperbaric oxygen report called The Oxygen Miracle.
That's right. Purchase a copy of The Oxygen Miracle and I'll include a copy of The Sign You're about to have a Stroke—at no additional charge.
Either one of these reports alone is worth twice as much as my publisher is asking. Together, the two of them are a priceless lifesaver.
After all, how much would you pay to get well if you couldn't walk. . .or talk. . . or feed yourself? Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has helped many, and it could help you or someone you love who's crippled by this terrible misfortune.
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