Meanwhile, most of his friends and family “wrote him off” as merely another mental case; however, his father researched delayed hyperbaric oxygen treatments, well outside of the prescribed limitations and found supporting evidence for a therapy that Dr. Paul G. Harch had successfully applied to another diver.
Unlike any other brain injury rehabilitation book, Doc, I Want My Brain Back chronicles the events of Dan Greathouse’s life that led Dr. Harch to discover the tip of the iceberg for neurorehabilitation. With this successful case in brain injury repair, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy takes its place in medical history. Doc, I Want My Brain Back is the story of a medical breakthrough written from the patient’s perspective.
—Rusty Ouart, Recipient of the President’s Medal of Purple Heart, Combat Action Badges, and Combat Commendations in Iraq
Loved this book! What an amazing journey. Makes me realize that this can happen to anyone. I am telling everyone about this book.
By Teresa Smith “teresazia” (New Mexico)
This review is from: Doc, I Want My Brain Back (Kindle Edition)