Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Heal Your Brain?

A recent systematic review published in the journal Frontiers in Neurology has found that hyperbaric oxygen may be a safe and effective treatment for mild brain injuries. The review was conducted by Dr. Paul G. Harch, a clinical professor of medicine at Louisiana...

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The Head Cap Light System

The ScienceNumerous peer reviewed scientific studies have proven the healing effects of specific light wavelengths on human tissue. Red light at 650 nm and infrared light at 830 nm wavelength have been shown to penetrate human tissue, release nitric oxide, and...

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Near-Infrared Light Therapy for Brain Injury

Content Copied from TalkAboutLight.com. Find out more about photomodulation for brain injury here!  Our brain does morethan think for us. The brain controls mood, hormones, memory, executive functions like decision making and planning, personality, movement,...

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Veteran Clinical Case Studies

Clinical Cases Five patients between the ages of 36-47 suffering from TBI and post-concussive symptoms sustained injuries in a variety of scenarios from professional contact sports to injuries related to the detonation of improvised explosive devices and rocket...

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The Road to Congress

During this Carry On Podcast, our patient Errol Doebler, discusses his realization of a TBI, how he's gotten by, and how Dr. Hughes helped diagnose and treat him. Dr. Hughes discusses the TBI Therapy protocol and how he as developed a treatment to help veterans with...

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Leader 193 Blog Series

Errol Doebler is a 1991 Graduate of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. During his time as a Naval Officer, Errol served as Assistant Operations Officer onboard the USS Monongahela, Assistant Platoon Commander at SEAL Team FOUR, and a Platoon Commander...

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Fundamentals of Concussion, TBI, PTSD, PCS

Concussion, TBI, PTSD, PCS can lead to inflammation and cerebral ischemia (deficient supply of blood to the brain that is due to obstruction of the inflow of arterial blood). A host of negative chemical processes begin, along with mitochondrial/cell damage, oxidative...

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Why You’re Not Healing

Have you ever felt like you are doing everything right but still can't seem to get out of that mental fog? Maybe you are exercising and eating a "balanced diet" but still can't shed the weight? Even with proper diet and exercise, supplements and "all natural" consumer...

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Can You Heal from TBI and CTE?

By Dr. John Hughes, DO   As a TBI treatment specialist, I see a variety of patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) from military blast events, professional and high school sports, motor vehicle accidents, blunt traumas, or other causes.  These patients...

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Integrative Medicine: The New Standard

Integrative Medicine: The New Standard from Megan Haines Integrative Medicine: The New Standard 1. Integrative Medicine: The “New” Standard An Introduction to the Colorado Integrative Medicine Consortium John C. Hughes, D.O. Aspen Integrative Medicine May 24, 2010...

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Adaptogens

Adaptogens from Megan Haines Adaptogens pdf 1. Adaptogens Wellness Wednesdays 12/4/19 – Aspen, CO Dr. John Hughes, DO 2. Adaptogens • Increase the resistance to stress • Decrease sensitivity to stressors (stress protection effect) • Stimulate the body’s overall...

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First to use ultrasound to treat Alzheimer’s

Retrieved from https://www.wvnews.com/news/wvnews/historic-breakthrough-wvu-rockefeller-neuroscience-team-first-to-use-ultrasound/article_cfe6fefc-eee9-5add-b853-23642a0a91a7.html Editor's Note: WVU Medicine has expanded its Alzheimer's treatment trials. Click here to...

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Multimodal Regenerative Approach JPNI Nov 2019

A Multimodal Regenerative Approach JPNI November 2019 from Megan Haines A Multimodal Regenerative Approach JPNI November 2019 1. A Multimodal, Regenerative Approach to Traumatic Brain Injury Dr. John C. Hughes, D.O. JPNI – Broomfield, CO November 2, 2019 2. Disclosure...

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