Dr. Neubauer is correct, and has been right on track for a long time. -- William C. Rader, MD, June 2002
I commend my good friend for his efforts on the importance and value of hyperbaric medicine for cerebral palsy. -- F. Lee Bailey, February 2002
About the Author
Dr. Richard Neubauer is the Medical Director of the Ocean Medical Center in Florida and is internationally recognized as one of the foremost clinical researchers and physicians in the rapidly progressing field of hyperbaric medicine and cerebral palsy. He operates the pediatric division specializing in the neurological applications of hyperbaric oxygenation and the potentially recoverable brain.
A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of The College of William and Mary, he received his medical degree from the University of Virginia. After a successful medical career on the East Coast, he practiced internal medicine for ten years in the Fort Lauderdale area before establishing Ocean Medical Center in 1972.
Results of his scientific studies have been published in many medical journals worldwide, and he has taught educational seminars on the use of hyperbaric medicine for cerebral palsy and the brain injured child in more than 12 countries.