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For decades now, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) has been implemented for the treatment of conditions such as decompression sickness (the bends), carbon monoxide poisoning, and arterial gas embolism, wound care, and a host of other medical conditions. HBOT has consistently proven to be an effective treatment, yet remains a sadly underutilized therapy in mainstream medicine.
But as time has gone by and more research is completed, the beneficial effects of HBOT on patients who've suffered from any number of diseases or injuries has become clearer and clearer...harder to ignore.
Our group has seen first-hand the beneficial effects of HBOT on stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, wound care...the list goes on and on, and our purpose is to share our stories and spread the word that HBOT has a horizon of benefits yet to be recognized by the medical community.
There has been little legislation pushed forth allowing for financial coverage for the use of HBOT in treating neurological injuries, and as a result, families full of hope find themselves unable to seek this therapy because they simply can't afford to.
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Who We Are And Why We’re Here
We at the AAHA are a diverse group of men and women, all touched personally by illness, injury, and challenge, challenge usually given a poor prognosis we weren’t always encouraged to fight. But we did fight, and we did our research, and in stumbling upon Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, we found each other.
We’ve done our research, heard everything the HBOT skeptic has to say, read the studies, and craved more resources, but above all, each of us has personally seen Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy have a therapeutic effect. We’ve seen it work, and we believe.
AAHA's Non-Discrimination Policy
The American Association of Hyperbaric Awareness does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation or age in its programs, activities or in any other AAHA practice.
Non Profit Status
The American Association for Hyperbaric Awareness finally received its Non-Profit 501 (c) 3 status on September 7th, 2005 retroactive to July 29th, 2004.