Med Hypotheses. 2007;68(6):1208-27. Epub 2006 Dec 4. by Rossignol DA (author info: University of Virginia, Department of Family Medicine, P.O. Box 800729, Charlottesville, VA 22908, USA. ) Abstract Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder currently affecting as many as 1 out of 166 children in the United States. Numerous studies of autistic individuals have revealed evidence of cerebral hypoperfusion, neuroinflammation and […]Continue reading »
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy research and studies for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
By: Paul Harch, M.D. “Announcement of a New Treatment Protocol for Autism Spectrum Disorders and other Neurological Impairments” The International Hyperbaric Medical Association Foundation Paul Harch, M.D. President Before the Government Reform & Oversight Hearing –Subcommittee on Wellness & Human Rights Entitled “Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Update of Federal Government Initiatives and Revolutionary New Treatments of Neurodevelopmental Diseases ” United […]Continue reading »
Hyperbaric treatment for children with autism: a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, controlled trial
BMC Pediatrics 2009, 9:21 doi:10.1186/1471-2431-9-21 Daniel A. Rossignol, Lanier W. Rossignol, Scott Smith, Cindy Schneider, Sally Logerquist, Anju Usman, Jim Neubrander, Eric M. Madren, Gregg Hintz, Barry Grushkin, Elizabeth A. Mumper Abstract Background Several uncontrolled studies of hyperbaric treatment in children with autism have reported clinical improvements; however, this treatment has not been evaluated to date with a controlled study. […]Continue reading »
Interview with Dr. Kenneth P. Stoller: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), Autism, Aspartame and Mercury
K.P. Stoller and T. Small/Medical Veritas 3 (2006) 957–966 Abstract This transcript is of an interview by Teri Small of AutismOne Radio recorded in March of 2006, featuring KP Stoller, MD. Dr. Stoller reviews the history and science of hyperbaric oxygen therapy and its ability to create mitochondrial biogenesis. This therapy is critical to neuro-rehabilitation and the treatment of autism […]Continue reading »
J.A. Buckley/Medical Veritas 2 (2005) 647 Hypothesis Physicists figured out years ago that a gas under pressure is more likely to dissolve into liquid—in mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, the gas is oxygen and the liquid is blood. But under pressure, oxygen doesn’t only hook up to red blood cells (the “traditional” way oxygen is delivered to tissues), it also dissolves […]Continue reading »