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Turtle Island Oxygen Trust Sponsors Free Hyperbaric Treatments
Date:4/28/2009

The Turtle Island Oxygen Trust in association with the Hyperbaric Medical Center of New Mexico will offer free hyperbaric treatments to children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) or Autism without cost to them or their families effective immediately.

Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) April 28, 2009 -- A landmark double-blind study was published this month showing hyperbaric treatments to be effective in children with the diagnosis of autism (http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2431/9/21/abstract). There has already been a double-blind study published showing hyperbaric treatments to be effective for Cerebral Palsy.

The Turtle Island Oxygen Trust in association with the Hyperbaric Medical Center of New Mexico, under the directorship of K Paul Stoller, MD, FACHM, is offering this service because most 3rd party payers refuse to reimburse for hyperbaric treatments unless a child has carbon monoxide poisoning or decompression sickness. The access children have to innovative treatments when they need them is minimal. This is not unique to the United States. Dr. Stoller testified in a trial in Stockholm this month on behalf of a child with autism for this very reason.

Children with CP and autism need treatment today - waiting until authoritative bodies form consensus is not acceptable when there is a benign, humanitarian and risk free FDA approved therapy available today.

Dr. Stoller is an adviser to the MIND Institute at UC Davis that is completing an open label study of children with autism being treated with 100% oxygen under pressure.

Prospective patients need only fill out a simple form to be considered for these benign and effective treatments.

About Dr. Stoller
Dr. Stoller is President of the International Hyperbaric Medical Association, a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics, a Diplomat of the American Board of Hyperbaric Medicine, a Fellow of the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine, and a member of the New Mexico Medical Society. He was University of California President's Undergraduate Fellow in the UCLA Medical Center's Department of Anesthesiology, and has two decades of clinical experience in pediatric medicine. Dr. Stoller is also the Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Oxygen Med Ctr of New Mexico (hbotnm.com), Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Oxygen Clinic of Sacramento (hbot.info), Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Recovery Center (hyperbaricrecoverycenter.com). Kirtland Air-force base (377th Aerospace Medical squadron) exclusively uses the hyperbaric chamber at Dr. Stoller's center for pilots that have been diagnosed with decompression sickness.

Read Dr. Stoller's post regarding Sweden in Age of Autism: http://www.ageofautism.com/2009/04/autism-vs-sweden-abba-dabba-dont.html#more

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