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Traumatic Brain Injury
& Post Concussion

In the United Kingdom, 1.4 million people attend emergency departments in England and Wales for traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBI is one the primary cause of death and disability. TBI cases are classed as mild in 70-90 percent of cases, and up to 25% of them will not recover and experience permanent neurocognitive deficits.

Traumatic Brain Injury

Between 33% and 50% of these are children aged under 15 years. Annually, about 200,000 people are admitted to hospital with head injury. Of these, one-fifth have features suggesting skull fracture or have evidence of brain damage. Recent research has found that hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) can stimulate neuroplasticity, resulting in considerable neurological improvement and repair of chronically impaired brain functioning, as well as better quality of life in mTBI patients with long-term PCS.

 

Years of research have revealed that hyperbaric oxygen therapy HBOT, cryotherapy, photobiomodulation therapy, infrared sauna therapy and blood ozone therapy when used in a daily session routine, has neurotherapeutic benefits that can improve and restore cognitive brain functioning. Using iPSC technology Pure Medical are also carrying out clinical research using its lead Immunocell®. A programme that treats cognitive function with IPSCs induced pluripotent stem cell therapy.
Our bodies become less efficient in channelling oxygen as we age. This is why, as we grow older, our minds and bodies begin to “slow down.” This, however, does not have to be the case. The newest scientific study into oxygen therapy demonstrates that peak physical and mental performance can be maintained, if not regained. This research is the foundation for the Pure Medical Cognitive Healthcare Program.

Treatments & therapies Pure Medical
use to Improve Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury Treatments
Scientific Studies

In this section, you will find an array of Traumatic Brain Injury treatments scientific case studies.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Boussi-Gross, R., H. Golan, G. Fishlev, Y. Bechor, O. Volkov, J. Bergan, M. Friedman, D. Hoofien, N. Shlamkovitch, E. Ben-Jacob, and S. Efrati.
RESEARCH ARTICLE – November 2013 – 0079995

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Kim Peterson, Donald Bourne, Johanna Anderson, Erin Boundy, and Mark Helfand
NCBI –  February 2018 – NBK499535

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Marian McDonagh, Mark Helfand, Susan Carson, Barry S Russman
NCBI – July 2004 – PMID: 15241774

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Amir Hadanny, Stefanie Abbott, Gil Suzin, Yair Bechor, Shai Efrati,
BMJ. July 24, 2018 – doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023387

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Crawford, Cindy BA; Teo, Lynn MAOM, MS; Yang, EunMee MS; Isbister, Caitlin MS; Berry, Kevin
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. June, 2017 – doi: 10.1097/HTR.0000000000000256

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
X Zhong, A Shan, J XU, J Liang, Y Long, B DU
Journal of International Medical Research – October 2020 – doi: 10.1177/0300060520939824

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Cryotherapy
Jacob Resch
March 2018 – NLOM – NCT03185507

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Cryotherapy
Ye Xiong, Asim Mahmood, and Michael Chopp
March 2010 – NCBI – PMID: 19249984

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Cryotherapy
Johannes M. N. Enslin, Ursula K. Rohlwink and Anthony Figaji
February 2020 – Frontiers in Neurology – fneur.2020.00126

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Blood Ozone Therapy
Bernardino Clavo, Gerardo Suarez, Yolanda Aguilar, Dominga Gutierrez, Pedro Ponce, Alberto Cubero, Francisco Robaina, Jose L Carreras
October 2013 – NCBI – PMID: 22105041

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Photobiomodulation Therapy
Michael R Hamblin
April 2018 – NCBI – PMID: 29131369

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Photobiomodulation Therapy
Theodore A. Henderson
April 2016 – NCBI – PMID: 27212912

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Photobiomodulation Therapy
Michael R. Hamblin
December 2016 – National Library of Medicine – PMID: 27752476

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Infrared Sauna Therapy
Joy Hussain and Marc Cohen
April 2018 – National Library of Medicine – PMID: 29849692

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Infrared Sauna Therapy
Theodore A. Henderson
April 2016 – NCBI – PMID: 27212912

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Infrared Sauna Therapy
Andrew P. Hunt, Geoffrey M. Minett, Oliver R. Gibson, Graham K. Kerr, and Ian B. Stewart
January 2020 – Frontiers in Physiology – 2019.01556

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Traumatic Brain Injury
& Post Concussion

In the United Kingdom, 1.4 million people attend emergency departments in England and Wales for traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBI is one the primary cause of death and disability. TBI cases are classed as mild in 70-90 percent of cases, and up to 25% of them will not recover and experience permanent neurocognitive deficits.
Between 33% and 50% of these are children aged under 15 years. Annually, about 200,000 people are admitted to hospital with head injury. Of these, one-fifth have features suggesting skull fracture or have evidence of brain damage. Recent research has found that hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT) can stimulate neuroplasticity, resulting in considerable neurological improvement and repair of chronically impaired brain functioning, as well as better quality of life in mTBI patients with long-term PCS.

 

Years of research have revealed that hyperbaric oxygen therapy HBOT, cryotherapy, photobiomodulation therapy, infrared sauna therapy and blood ozone therapy when used in a daily session routine, has neurotherapeutic benefits that can improve and restore cognitive brain functioning. Using iPSC technology Pure Medical are also carrying out clinical research using its lead Immunocell®. A programme that treats cognitive function with IPSCs induced pluripotent stem cell therapy.
Our bodies become less efficient in channelling oxygen as we age. This is why, as we grow older, our minds and bodies begin to “slow down.” This, however, does not have to be the case. The newest scientific study into oxygen therapy demonstrates that peak physical and mental performance can be maintained, if not regained. This research is the foundation for the Pure Medical Cognitive Healthcare Program.

Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury Mobile

Treatments & therapies Pure Medical
use to Improve Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment
Scientific Studies

In this section, you will find an array of Traumatic Brain Injury treatment scientific case studies.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Boussi-Gross, R., H. Golan, G. Fishlev, Y. Bechor, O. Volkov, J. Bergan, M. Friedman, D. Hoofien, N. Shlamkovitch, E. Ben-Jacob, and S. Efrati.
RESEARCH ARTICLE – November 2013 – 0079995

disclaimer

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Kim Peterson, Donald Bourne, Johanna Anderson, Erin Boundy, and Mark Helfand
NCBI –  February 2018 – NBK499535

disclaimer

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Marian McDonagh, Mark Helfand, Susan Carson, Barry S Russman
NCBI – July 2004 – PMID: 15241774

disclaimer

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Amir Hadanny, Stefanie Abbott, Gil Suzin, Yair Bechor, Shai Efrati,
BMJ. July 24, 2018 – doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023387

disclaimer

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Crawford, Cindy BA; Teo, Lynn MAOM, MS; Yang, EunMee MS; Isbister, Caitlin MS; Berry, Kevin
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. June, 2017 – doi: 10.1097/HTR.0000000000000256

disclaimer

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
X Zhong, A Shan, J XU, J Liang, Y Long, B DU
Journal of International Medical Research – October 2020 – doi: 10.1177/0300060520939824

disclaimer

Cryotherapy
Jacob Resch
March 2018 – NLOM – NCT03185507

disclaimer

Cryotherapy
Ye Xiong, Asim Mahmood, and Michael Chopp
March 2010 – NCBI – PMID: 19249984

disclaimer

Cryotherapy
Johannes M. N. Enslin, Ursula K. Rohlwink and Anthony Figaji
February 2020 – Frontiers in Neurology – fneur.2020.00126

disclaimer

Blood Ozone Therapy
Bernardino Clavo, Gerardo Suarez, Yolanda Aguilar, Dominga Gutierrez, Pedro Ponce, Alberto Cubero, Francisco Robaina, Jose L Carreras
October 2013 – NCBI – PMID: 22105041

disclaimer

Photo-biomodulation Therapy
Michael R Hamblin
April 2018 – NCBI – PMID: 29131369

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Photo-biomodulation Therapy
Theodore A. Henderson
April 2016 – NCBI – PMID: 27212912

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Photo-biomodulation Therapy
Michael R. Hamblin
December 2016 – National Library of Medicine – PMID: 27752476

disclaimer

Infrared Sauna Therapy
Joy Hussain and Marc Cohen
April 2018 – National Library of Medicine – PMID: 29849692

disclaimer

Infrared Sauna Therapy
Theodore A. Henderson
April 2016 – NCBI – PMID: 27212912

disclaimer

Infrared Sauna Therapy
Andrew P. Hunt, Geoffrey M. Minett, Oliver R. Gibson, Graham K. Kerr, and Ian B. Stewart
January 2020 – Frontiers in Physiology – 2019.01556

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