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Greathouse Books Released: Doc, I Want My Brain Back - My HBOT Miracle and Offers 22% to Help Stop the 22 Veteran Suicides Occurring Every Day
Date:12/30/2013

psychiatric commitment was secured and he was brought to New Orleans to receive a lower dose hyperbaric oxygen therapy protocol developed by Drs. Harch, Gottlieb, and Van Meter that was based on work done by Dr. Richard Neubauer.

The story of Dan’s recovery while in New Orleans from untreatable chronic neurological injury is meticulously recounted by Dan from the eyes and mind of a person without hope. Follow him through this riveting story of inner emotion and despair where the only acceptable solution appeared to be suicide. Dan’s experience is the seminal event that marks the birth of neurorehabilitation with hyperbaric oxygen therapy in the United States. His story illuminates the fate of so many people in society whose lives take a fateful turn to the worse, instantaneously, after a brain injury of any cause. Poorly characterized, misdiagnosed, and finally ostracized by all but family members brain-injured individuals begin a solitary course of despair and dysfunction understood by no one other than those who experience the same.

This autobiographical account by Dan L. Greathouse chronicles his successful treatment twenty-two years ago and the medical case that launched one of the greatest advances in modern medicine. Unlike other brain rehabilitation accounts, “Doc, I Want My Brain Back” tells the story of how hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has the power to repair a brain injury. In Dan’s case HBOT was able to restore life from hopeless circumstances. He explains the scientific concept of applied 100% oxygen under pressure actually repairing the
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