Former Officer Says 'Neuro-Laser' Treatment Is Healing Her Brain
A retired police officer says a high-powered light treatment is helping her get her life back.
General Anesthesia And The Human Brain: How Going Under May Impact Cognitive Function
“the drug blocks NMDA receptors, which are critical to learning, memory, locomotion and neural plasticity.
Together these drugs work on patients by sedating them and providing painkilling benefits.”
Regenerative treatment has promise for traumatic brain injury
“We are just now beginning to think of TBI as an insult to the brain. Treatments that can reverse or lessen that damage will be a revolution. There has been resistance to this mindset shift so far.”
Re-Wiring The Brain With Light
The clinical result is that patients experience significant reduction in their symptoms of TBI, such as headache, sleep disturbance, cognitive impairment, mood swings, irritability, impulsivity, anxiety, and balance problems.
The Role of Antiviral Therapy in Chronic Fatigue Treatment
What has emerged from my work is that over 85% of patients with SEID (diagnosed by Fukuda criteria5) respond to antiviral therapy. Among adolescents, the outcome is better with 92% responding.
Examining the Connection Between Herpes and Alzheimer's Disease
A group in Sweden recently completed a longitudinal study of the association between immunoreactivity to herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV1) and Alzheimer’s disease.
Uncovering PTSD and TBI Treatments Despite Similarities
Using SPECT brain imaging and quantitative analysis of these scans, we can now more accurately distinguish between PTSD and TBI, even if they are both present.
Dr. Theodore Henderson To Expose “Hidden Epidemic:” Suicide On The Spectrum
“Often the feelings of anxiety and depression are overwhelming for those on the autism spectrum, who struggle to express their emotions,”
Too Many Head Cases?
Although the hyperbaric therapy is only in the trial stage, Dr. Theodore Henderson, of the Neuro-Laser Foundation in Lakewood, Colorado, endorses the oxygen treatment alongside a developing laser-based solution to repair brain-cell damage.
Brain Imaging Study Identifies Biological Differences Between PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injuries
The results of a study intended to help identify the biological differences, and treatment options for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) have been published in the April 2015 special US Veterans Issue of the journal Brain Imaging and Behavior.
Treatment Resistant Depression or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Child Psychiatrist Finds Success With Antivirals
“I have now treated dozens of adults and adolescents who came to me with the diagnosis of “treatment-resistant depression” and instead they had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. With proper treatment, this viral illness can be successfully controlled.”
Experts Alarmed Over Use of Antipsychotic Drugs on Children
A study examining use of antipsychotic drugs shows many children receive them for conditions without psychosis.