January 18, 2016
This is a journal about my Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) dives to help heal my TBI.
Gordon Brown Founder/CEO of Team Veteran, LLC
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On September 21st, 2015, I started a series of 40 hyperbaric oxygen therapy dives.
Sept. 21: Today will be my 1st dive. I arrived at the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy of Arizona, LLC facility around 0930, filled out some paperwork, had my blood pressure checked.
I entered the chamber and just before 10:00 AM there were three other patients in the chamber with me. I was fitted with a mask and similar to one a pilot would wear. A session in a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber is known as a “dive”, this comes from the extensive (more…)
March 17, 2015
Have you heard? The donation made through Team Veteran LLC by founder Gordon Brown has made its way to Louisiana!
USMC SSgt James Carey with his Carey Corps receiving a donation from Gordon Brown through Team Veteran LLC
Harch Institute, Team Veteran and others are working with James and his family to help James improve his life. Even after the first evaluation and treatment came exciting (more…)
February 28, 2015
Severely injured in a training exercise, Marine defies doctors expectations at the Phoenix Marathon.
Blind Camp Pendleton Marine Vet Competing In Marathon Via Wheelchair
James Carey – Carey’s Corps
February 14, 2015
SSgt James Carey 1st Marathon
Phoenix Law Enforcement Association
Arizona Police Association
PLEA in partnership with the Arizona Police Association to serve a Wounded Veteran achieve his quest to participate in the
Several years ago 27 year old Marine Staff Sergeant James Carey was wounded during a training exercise which rendered him blind and confined to a wheel chair. He can only see light shadows and has a goal of walking again one day. In the past few years, fellow Marines from Camp Pendleton have come together to keep his spirits up and keep him focused on his recovery. They have done this by assisting him in competing in three full marathons where teams of (more…)