Brain Injury and My Amazing Healing Method

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Get your life back after a brain injury! Check out the amazing benefits of HBOT and other successful healing modalities.

Amazing Benefits of HBOT for Traumatic Brain Injury

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is not new. HBOT has been used in many countries for over 50 years to successfully treat many different health conditions such as wounds, cardiovascular conditions, neural plasticity and re growth, dementia, stroke, oxygen deprivation/circulation disorders, PTSD, PTSS, anti-aging etc. Most doctors will tell you HBOT has no value. They are dead wrong!! Since I have been getting HBOT my quality of life has improved greatly and in the course of 4 years I have seen many different people from many walks of life of all ages under go vast improvements and changes with HBOT. To read about my brain injury healing journey or beating the odds. To read more on HBOT click the button below.

Over the years Dr. Julian Whitaker has written many articles on HBOT and other brain health remedies. Use this button to access the newsletters/articles I found interesting.

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Over the course of my healing journey with brain injury I wrote about some of my experiences. Besides being a release for me it was a way for me to help others understand what it is like to be brain injured and living in a “normal” world. Even after all this time I find myself in many, many situations where I do not feel heard, seen, felt or understood.

In many ways this has made me a very strong advocate for looking at many things from Partner Up Program, and the reason for my workshops that are designed to help humans be the very best they can be so they are able in every moment to be what their horse needs. If you would like to read some of my experiences with my brain injury journey, please click the button below.

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Brain Injured Person


The Brains Way of Healing

The brain can not only change itself, but it can also heal itself in ways we never thought were possible. Dr. Norman Doidge looks at how energy — light, sound, electricity and motion — awaken the brain’s own capacity to heal.

5 Incredible New Ways To Help the Brain Heal Itself

Featured in Dr. Norman Diodge’s new best-selling book, The Brain’s Way of Healing


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Lion’s Mane Mushroom – Unparalleled Benefits for Your Brain and Nervous System

Lion’s Mane is nature’s gift to your nervous system! It’s the only mushroom possessing not one but TWO potent nerve growth factors, showing potential benefits for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment, multiple sclerosis, leg cramps, anxiety and more.

Doc, I Want My Brain Back


 Doc, I Want My Brain Back is the compelling true story about a scuba diver who suffered a brain injury and was misdiagnosed by well over thirty medical professionals before receiving successful treatment. After being jailed and committed to the state mental hospital, the diver’s parents intervened and made provisions for him to be transferred to another mental hospital, where he was improperly drugged with pharmaceutical psychotropic medications.
Meanwhile, most of his friends and family “wrote him off” as merely another mental case; however, his father researched delayed hyperbaric oxygen treatments, well outside of the prescribed limitations and found supporting evidence for a therapy that Dr. Paul G. Harch had successfully applied to another diver. Unlike any other brain injury rehabilitation book, Doc, I Want My Brain Back chronicles the events of Dan Greathouse’s life that led Dr. Harch to discover the tip of the iceberg for neurorehabilitation. With this successful case in brain injury repair, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy takes its place in medical history. Doc, I Want My Brain Back is the story of a medical breakthrough written from the patient’s perspective.

No Stone Unturned: A Father’s Memoir of His Son’s Encounter with Traumatic Brain Injury

Bart Goldstein was only sixteen when he suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a car accident in 2001. No Stone Unturned is the saga of Bart’s struggle to regain his life. Told from his father’s (Joel Goldstein) point of view, the book chronicles the family’s ordeal, and flashbacks fill in Bart’s life since he arrived from Korea at the age of five months. Considering every possibility……