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Pikes Peak Hyperbaric - 3rd Party Podcast...

"How Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Work?"

 

Conversations with Dr. Shelby-Lane

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Information on the PodCast:

http://shelbylanemd.com/blog/how-does-hyperbaric-oxygen-therapy-work

 

MariaSulindroPresented by: Dr. Maria Sulindro

Dr. Maria Sulindro MD practices physical medicine & rehabilitation in Pasadena, California.

Dr. Sulindro, is an expert in hyperabic oxygen therapy (HBOT), and will be joining Dr. Shelby Lane to discuss the benefits of HBOT and much more. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy delivers a massive influx of oxygen and results in remarkable benefits that cannot be achieved with any other therapy. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been around for ages and is becoming more useful in the mainstream treatment for a variety of conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, diabetes, air embolism, athletes and recovery, bone infections, burns, wounds, radiation injuries, and much more.


ShelbyLanePicHosted by Dr. Cynthia Shelby Lane, MD

Dr. Shelby Lane, also known as "the agelessdoctor", is a graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School and Second City Comedy School in Chicago. She trained as a surgeon at the University of Texas in Houston. She practiced emergency medicine for over 23 years. As an emergency physician, she handled life threatening emergencies at a Level One trauma center in Detroit, Michigan and she was the Director of Emergency Medicine at Hutzel Hospital for 10 years.