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Study Shows HBOT Helps Kids with Post-Concussion Syndrome

Sept 2022 A recent article published in Scientific Reports entitled, Hyperbaric oxygen therapy in children with post‑concussion syndrome (PCS) improves cognitive and behavioral function: a randomized controlled trial, by Amir Hadanny, MD, and others, demonstrated the benefits of HBOT in children with symptoms of concussion up to 10 years after they first suffered a concussion. […]

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Dr. Maroon and Jeff Bost Start a Three Part Series Discussing Dementia and Alzheimer’s

September 2022 – To know something important and not tell others, is wrong.  This is especially true when the topic is how to prevent the serious illnesses like diabetes, heart disease, dementia and Alzheimer’s. Since the beginning of May 2022, Dr. Joseph Maroon and Physician Assistant, Jeff Bost PAC, have had a weekly opportunity to […]

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Dr. Joseph Maroon Takes First in Chicago Triathlon

Chicago , Sunday Aug 28, 2022   The Chicago Triathlon is ranked “the world’s largest triathlon” with over 7,000 participants this year.  There are over 250,000 spectators.  Dr. Joseph Maroon, neurosurgeon and longtime triathlete, finished the Sprint Triathlon (750m swim, a 20k bike, and a 5k run ) first in the 80 year old and over […]

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Dr. Maroon Featured in Altoona Mirror Newspaper on Balance

Aug 6, 2022  In a recent article on balance that was published in the Altoona Mirror Newspaper, reporter George Thomas Kattouf interviewed neurosurgeon Dr. Joseph Maroon about his recent book, Square One: A Simple Guide to a Balanced Life.  In the article entitled, Harsh lessons teach neurosurgeon value of balance in life,  Dr. Maroon relates […]

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Apollo Neuroscience and Scientific Advisor, Dr. Joseph Maroon Announce Partnership with NFL Alumni Association

August 3, 2022  Apollo Neuroscience, maker of the Apollo stress relieving wearable, and Neurosurgeon and Apollo Advisor, Dr. Joseph Maroon recently announced a partnership with the NFL Alumni Association. In their Press Announcement, Apollo describes their three-year partnership, in which, Apollo Neuro will offer members of the NFLAA, who are retired NFL athletes, as well […]

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Chuck Noll Foundation Funding Ways to Identify Concussions with Biomarkers naming it the Joseph C. Maroon Fund

Aug 3, 2022 In an article featured in NEXTpittsburgh, an online publication, the Chuck Noll Foundation discusses their latest grant to fund a “easier” method to identify concussions.  The Chuck Noll Foundation has recently received $350,000 in funding and created the Joseph C. Maroon Fund to focus on research that includes using biomarkers found in […]

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Read Dr. Joseph Maroon’s Published Article on Hyperbaric Oxygen

July 2022  Neurosurgeon, triathlete and wellness expert, Dr. Joseph Maroon’s article on hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) was published this month in the popular scientific journal Frontiers in Neurology. The article is entitled, The effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on cognition, performance, proteomics, and telomere length—The difference between zero and one: A case report. In the article, […]

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PG Article on Dr Maroon using HBOT for Improved Endurance

Pittsburgh Post Gazette – June 12, 2022  In a recent article in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, entitled, Age 82, Joseph Maroon credits oxygen therapy for his triathlon success, Longtime Steelers neurosurgeon tries hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Local neurosurgeon and triathlete, Dr. Joseph Maroon describes his recent personal experience with hyperbaric oxygen and the surprising benefits he […]

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Joseph C. Maroon MD Distinguished Medical Alumni Award from IU Medical School

INDIANAPOLIS  June 11, 2022– The Indiana University School of Medicine is recognizing Joseph C. Maroon MD with the Distinguished Medical Alumni Award at the 75th Annual Alumni Luncheon on June 11 at the Indianapolis Marriott North.  It is the highest award given to a medical alumnus out of approximately 25,000 IU medical alumni. The luncheon is […]