Multiple Sclerosis

Health & well-being

Oxygen Treatment may improve language, eye-contact, social interaction, irritability, or hyperactivity.

Research


Double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled studies are the gold standard of proof in the pharmaceutical drug testing model. An increasing number of such studies are demonstrating beyond a reasonable doubt that Oxygen Treatment, in certain circumstances, may alleviate many of the symptoms associated with MS by addressing the scleroses as they occur. As a consequence, there is mounting evidence that regular treatment with Oxygen Treatment may also significantly retard the progress of the condition


Fischer BH, Marks M, Reich T. (1983) Hyperbaric-oxygen treatment of multiple sclerosis: A randomized,placebo-controlled, double-blind study. N Engl J Med; 308:181-6.No 4

G. Oriani, S. Bartieri, G. Cislaghi, G. Albonico, G. Scarlato, C. Mariani, and C. Pirovano Journal of Hyperbaric Medicine, Vol. 5, No. 4, 1990, Long-term Hyperbaric Oxygen in Multiple Sclerosis: A Placebo-controlled, Double-blind Trial With Evoked Potentials Studies

D J D Perrins , P B James IJNN 2005 ; 2 (1): 45 – 48 © RPA Publications. Long-term hyperbaric oxygenation retards progression in multiple sclerosis patients

Case Study


I now have 20 years of follow-up on two of my first MS patients. One continues to have minimal symptoms. Another, whose condition was more advanced, had been told that she would be bedridden in 6 months if she did not take methotrexate, a treatment that is no longer recommended. She opted for HBOT and other alternative treatments, completed her Ph.D., had two children, and continues to practice as a speech therapist, although she now uses a wheelchair. Her initial prognosis for remaining time until incapacitation was off by a factor of about 40.


Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons Volume 10 Number 4 Winter 2005 p116 William S. Maxfield, M.D., F.A.C.N.M.

“Obviously any treatment capable of eradicating or providing long-term prevention of multiple sclerosis automatically will serve the additional purpose of allowing a current acute episode to subside as rapidly as nature will permit the lesion to repair itself.”


George A. Schumcher

Neurology 1974;24:1010-1014.

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