LONG BEACH, CA – 26 May, 2017 – Telly Award winning film features testimony of wounded Veterans whose lives were restored with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
“There is a process and a treatment to help our soldiers, our Marines, and our Navy when they have PTSD, when they have TBI and it’s called Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment.” – Walter B. Jones, U.S. House of Rep., North Carolina.
In a congressional hearing in 2008 Congressman Walter Jones informed America of the most effective treatment for the more than 500,000 U.S. war veterans afflicted with traumatic brain injury (TBI), hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Seven years later U.S. Army veteran and Long Beach City College film student John Salcedo wrote, directed, and produced the latest of his award winning films, Hyperbaric Miracles: Oxygen Under Pressure.
John’s effort was honored with a Bronze Award in the 38th Annual 2017 Telly Awards competition. The prestigious Telly Awards recognize impactful TV, cable, and online commercials, programs, videos and film production. John’s solo achievement is particularly noteworthy because of the more than 12,000 applications from mostly large advertising, television, and cable companies.
John’s brief documentary features actual combat footage and the personal testimony of two U.S. military veterans with TBI, one of whom had contemplated suicide, whose lives were restored with hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The film also introduces Paul G. Harch, M.D., the Louisiana State University physician who first pioneered this treatment for U.S. war veterans.
Hyperbaric Miracles will be screened at the annual International Hyperbaric Medical Association scientific meeting in New Orleans August 18-20, 2017.
Company Name: L.A. City Films
Contact Person: John Salcedo
Country: United States