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Climbing trees is a fantastic part of life for kids in New Zealand. It teaches them balance, coordination and bravery. However sometimes they can and do fall.​What do you do if your child falls out of a tree and suffers from a concussion or Mild Traumatic Brain Injury...
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What is sleep apnoea?Sleep apnea is a breathing disorder that is characterised by pauses in breathing while sleeping. Although this is a common disorder, many people have yet to get diagnosed. If left untreated, this disorder can cause a wide range of health issues such as h...
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What to do if you have long covid and how to recoverLONG COVID SYMPTOMS CAN VARY DEPENDING ON THE PERSON AND THEIR IMMUNE SYSTEM.​ But most sufferers describe feeling overtired and generally unwell. You may also have a combination of: Lack of concentrationHeadachesSti...
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Myeloma Progression Stalls in the Face of Dietary Changes and Increased Oxygen to the Body’s Cells. John, now 68 years of age, was first suspected of having a blood abnormality in June 2015 after a pre-op blood test, for a hip replacement. John says “The only symptoms, w...
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In this article we will explore this exciting new area of treatment for CRPS patients and present the latest information, articles, studies, etc. and help you make an informed decision.HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY – HBOT“Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (abbreviated HBOT) is a med...
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Some Concussion and Hyperbaric Oxygen Research:“Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for Reduction of Secondary Brain Damage in Head Injury” —Journal of Neurotrauma, 21:44-48. 2004  Conclusion: Translational research of HBOT in a variety of Traumatic Brain I...
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Hyperbaric Oxygen for Concussion Recoveryn 2014 there was a patient I had been seeing on ACC for a bad concussion - traumatic brain injury (TBI).  We were making progress with the treatment, but it was slow. I did not see her for a month and when she returned, she ...
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BROKEN ARM OR LEGIf you suspect you have broken your arm or leg, you need to seek medical attention immediately and follow all medical advice, including immobilisation of the bone so it can heal. Forearm bones take around six weeks in a cast, then it can be 12 weeks or even ...
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This is an unusual case study as the child who fell is my daughter. I was able to assess and treat her immediately. If your child falls and hits their head it is important to go immediately to your GP or Accident and Emergency for concussion/TBI assessment. Then once their ...
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