Harch Hyperbaric Institute, Inc. Receives $25,000.00 to Treat Veterans with TBI using Hyperbaric Oxygen

The “HBOT Hope for Heroes” (tm) campaign received its first gift of $25,000.00. to treat Veterans with TBI using Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

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“With this generous donation, we are able to provide two more wounded warriors with the necessary treatment to give them back their lives”, states Dr. Harch. “We are so thankful to our gracious donor, Kathryn Fox-Winokur, for her gift,

New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

Harch Hyperbaric Institute, Inc., (HHII) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, newly established to treat veterans and NFL players with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). HHII just received a $25,000.00 donation from a Palm Beach, Florida donor. This gift will provide HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) treatment for two brain injured veterans at once.

Paul G. Harch, M.D., the nation’s foremost HBOT physician for treating concussive brain injury, is changing the lives of returning veterans, NFL players, and the general public, using his successful protocol of 100% pharmaceutical grade oxygen.

“With this generous donation, we are able to provide two more wounded warriors with the necessary treatment to give them back their lives”, states Dr. Harch. “We are so thankful to our gracious donor, Kathryn Fox-Winokur, for her gift, and, of course, look for more support for our veterans in our new 'HBOT Hope for Heroes' (tm) campaign.” HBOT is not new. It has been used for over 70 years in the dive industry to alleviate the “the bends” experienced by SCUBA, commercial and U.S. Navy divers. What IS new -- Oxygen, delivered in a pressurized chamber, is now showing promising, permanent repair and recovery for a wide assortment of wounds. Most notably concussive brain injuries. Great news for our heroes, for now there is hope.

Dr. Harch continues to provide HBOT for veterans and NFL players pro bono, but now, with the newly established Institute, he and his team can treat more veterans with TBI and PTSD.

Whether for one treatment at $250, or for the entire “block” of 40 treatments at $10,000, "HBOT Hope for Heroes" (tm) is an exciting new program designed to get veterans (and players) back to health from an otherwise traumatic brain injury that leaves them incapacitated.

Army Major Ben Richards, himself a TBI patient of Dr. Harch, has a lot to say in support of HBOT. HTTP://http://www.wwltv.com/news/health/Army-major-seeing-success-with-LSU-hyperbaric-treatment-177769881.html

If you wish to join the “HBOT Hope for Heroes (tm)” campaign this holiday season, Harch Hyperbaric Institute, Inc. (HHII) is proud to announce that your donation is put to work within weeks of receipt. Dr. Harch has five veterans ready for treatment now, with a growing wait list for this vital HBOT treatment.

For more on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, (HBOT), the “HBOT Hope for Heroes (tm)” campaign, Traumatic Brain Injury, (TBI), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) please visit http://www.HBOT.com, or call the toll free hotline, 1-855-GET-HBOT. Your gift provides a great deal of hope and support for our injured veteran population. It is tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.

About Dr. Harch

Paul G. Harch, M.D. is the foremost leader in hyperbaric medicine. Dr. Harch leads the nation with his treatment of military veterans suffering with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). Dr. Harch is world renown for his clinical research, dedication, and his specific protocols in treatment with oxygen. His bestselling book, "The Oxygen Revolution", published by Hatherleigh Press, demonstrates the remarkable and often overlooked life and quality-of-life healing potential provided by using oxygen as a drug. A drug to heal a variety of acute and chronic conditions. HIs testimony before the U.S. Congress has led to significant advances in hyperbaric medicine treatment.


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