Major Improvement Possible for Disabled People Says Dr. William Hammesfahr, Nobel Prize Nominee, Speaking At The World Congress on Disability

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People can gain substantial reversal of previous defecits of all types through increased blood flow to the damaged areas. Nobel Prize nominee, Dr. William Hammesfahr,will share his protocol using medication and hyperbaric oxygen with the World Congress on Disability in Orlando.

"Contrary to popular belief in mainstream medicine, most people can see major restoration of disabilities through proper medication and therapy,” says Dr. William Hammesfahr. He was invited to share his protocol with the World Congress on Disability in Orlando on Friday, October 8, 2004 at 4:00 pm.

Dr. William Hammesfahr, M.D., noted neurologist, will be a featured lecturer, speaking about “Restoring Disability: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach”. Dr. Hammesfahr will be commenting on approaches to improving disabilities through increasing blood flow to the damaged areas with medications and hyperbaric oxygen. Dr. Hammesfahr is a recognized expert in treating neurological disorders through improving and normalizing blood flow into the damaged areas.

Dr. Hammesfahr was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology in 1999 for his work in brain injury and stroke. He has successfully treated thousands of patients using vasodilator therapy which increases blood flow to the brain healing conditions previously thought to be untreatable. He has been using this technology for more than a decade with good results. Patients are seeing remarkable reduction in pain, return of function in previously unusable limbs, and return of lost sight, hearing, and other function.

In 2000, this work resulted in approval for the first patent in history granted for the treatment of neurological diseases including coma, stroke, brain injury, cerebral palsy, hypoxic injuries and other neurovascular disorders with medications that restore blood flow to the brain. It was extended to treat successfully disabilities including ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Tourette's and Autism as well as behaviorally and emotionally disturbed children, seizures and severe migraines.

The federal government has recognized Dr. Hammesfahr’s clinical expertise, naming him Reviewer and Chief Reviewer for evaluation and funding for new clinical research programs. He has also been a court-recognized expert and a court-ordered treating physician for these techniques that he pioneered. He has lectured and published extensively.

Dr. Hammesfahr graduated from the Northwestern Honors Program in Medical Education in 1982, a program which only accepts a small number of high school students directly into medical school. He then trained in Neurosurgery and Neurology at the Medical College in Virginia. He has received Board Certification in both Neurology and Pain Management.

Dr. Hammesfahr’s work has been presented at numerous conferences and on the web. He has been invited to speak at the Anti-Aging Conference in Las Vegas on December 2nd. The World Congress on Disability is October 7-9, 2004 from 9-5. He will be speaking on Friday. October 8th at 4:00pm. : All conference activities will be held at: The Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida.

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