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Scuba Therapy Growing Around the World....

Discussion in 'Divers with Disabilities' started by DiveHeart, Jul 15, 2018.

  1. DiveHeart

    DiveHeart DiveHeart Instructor

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    Hats off to our friends in the UK on beginning preliminary research on the benefits of Scuba Therapy. Diveheart is proud of all our friends in the world who help forward the benefits of zero gravity and innerspace as a therapy for children, veterans and others with disabilities. Diveheart is also proud to have partnered with many university medical centers around the U.S. to do a several studies that for example benefit those with autism Diveheart Adaptive diver and Air Force veteran, Doctor Ian James Brown years ago articulated how Scuba Therapy helps with chronic pain and other disorders that afflict those with disabilities. For the most comprehensive look at the history of Scuba as a Therapy watch Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Dr. Dan Goodman's presentation during an international Adaptive Scuba Symposium hosted by Diveheart. You can support future Scuba Therapy research through Diveheart here http://www.diveheart.org/donate/

    https://www.scubadivermag.com/newly-published-medical-stu…/…#scubatherapy #adaptivescuba #scubatherapyresearch#adaptivescubaresearch #diveheart #autismandscuba#adaptivescubatraining

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