November 2021 Newsletter
A lot is happening at Oxford Recovery Center this fall!
There have been so many incredible changes at Oxford Recovery Center so far this fall. We have been successful in treating Post COVID-19 Long Hauler Syndrome through Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, breakthroughs in treating Parkinson’s through the use of Neurofeedback sessions and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, new additions to our medical department, and our stunning 35,000 square-foot building will be completed ahead of schedule! Read more below
Breakthrough Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease
Oxford Recovery Center has developed a Parkinson’s program with a multi-faceted strategy towards treating Parkinson’s Disease. ORC has had remarkable success treating patients with Parkinson’s Disease using research based therapies including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Neurofeedback, and Glutathione therapies, to approach treatment from multiple angles. Our holistic and evidence-based program has helped many patients this year, including Calvin Close.
Calvin spent the month of October with us at ORC and has had many positive changes in his journey with Parkinson’s Disease. Calvin was diagnosed about 18 months ago and immediately started the search for alternative treatments as he was not satisfied with current standard of care for Parkinson’s, which was medication after medication. Calvin participated in 40 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy treatments, twice daily Neurofeedback treatments, as well as glutathione injections. In the testimonial video linked above, Calvin talks about what his life was like before treatments at Oxford Recovery Center, and how his life has changed since.
Treating Post COVID-19 Long Hauler Syndrome
COVID-19 can cause long lasting symptoms for those who have recovered from the active virus. Research studies are showing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can help with many COVID Long Hauler symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, headaches, memory problems, malaise/lethargy, and more. Research suggests that capillary damage, inflammation, and low blood oxygen levels may contribute to post COVID symptoms. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been proven to reduce inflammation, saturate plasma with oxygen, and increase stem cell circulation up to 800% which enhances the body’s ability to heal itself. Oxford Recovery Center has helped many people over the last couple of months reduce or even eliminate these long hauler symptoms through the use of HBOT Treatments.
New Building Project Update
Construction on the state-of-the-art 35,000 sq ft autism center is well under way and is even slightly ahead of schedule. The new center is expected to open at the beginning of April 2022 and will house our ARTS program which includes ABA, Occupational, Speech, and Physical Therapies. These therapy services are also available in our current building for those not enrolled in our ARTS program. Our medical staff will continue to practice out of our current building along with HBOT and Neurofeedback Therapy, although HBOT will be adding three additional chambers.
The new center will have a village where children with Autism will be able to learn in real-life situations. The village will include a gift store, coffee shop, bakery, salon, bank kiosk, and much more. The village will also have sidewalks and curbs to help children with autism learn behavior appropriate for different environments. The sidewalks are in, and the road will be poured soon!
The village will not only be utilized by our ARTS program, but Oxford Recovery Center has also created a therapeutic vocational training program for young adults with autism. This revolutionary program will help them learn the behaviors they need to be successful in the workplace.
Introducing COMPASS TVT (Creating Opportunities, Maximizing Potential, and Achieving Successful Skills through Therapeutic Vocational Training), a therapeutic vocational therapy program for young adults with autism who have graduated high school or earned a college degree. Young adults with autism often struggle to be successful in the workplace due to difficulties from a behavioral aspect. COMPASS TVT is not a traditional vocational program for young adults with autism, rather it addresses behavior skills needed to be successful in the workforce.
The COMPASS TVT program will help young adults with autism develop proper behavior while exposing them to different situations in a real work environment. They will be able to use the stores in The Village of ORC (that is within the new center) to master the skills, along with opportunity to transition to a job of their interest.
We believe young adults with autism deserve the best! That is why we are so excited to offer COMPASS to young adults in our community.