Text under the heading “Article” is from the article titled, “Oklahoma closer to offering veterans free oxygen treatment for brain injuries, PTSD” which was written by Rebecca Schleicher for Fox 25 KOKH-TV, Oklahoma City. The article and this post will interest anyone who is concerned about our veterans and anyone who wants to know more about hyperbaric therapy as a possible cure for some symptoms of brain injury.
The title caused me to question: 1. Why is Oklahoma the only state mentioned that is considering free treatment for veterans with PTSD? 2. Shouldn’t all veterans automatically receive free treatment, free counseling, and free education regardless of where they live? I don’t understand why there is any debate. 3. Is oxygen therapy the best treatment for PTSD?
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Thanks to Rebecca Shleicher for writing the article; Fox 25 KOKH-TV Oklahoma City for committing its resources to sharing the story; Dr. Bill Duncan Vice President for Government Affairs of the International Hyperbaric Medical Association for sharing his opinion; Google for helping me find the article; Creative Commons for helping me find the picture I used in this post; and all the other people who, directly or indirectly, helped me include the picture, video or text I used in this post.