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Soaring Butterfly Blake Hague

Blake Hague joined the ORC team in April 2018 as an HBOT technician. His contagious smile and positive attitude that were noticeable the day he walked in for his interview have remained every day he walks through our doors. His compassion and caring that he treats...

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Genetic Testing at Oxford Recovery Center

At Oxford Recovery Center, we believe that most diseases are the result of two basic principles: deficiency and toxicity. Our physical bodies are the result of ~18,000 genes expressing and unfolding themselves into hormones, enzymes, and structural proteins since the...

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More than, “Getting your Bell Rung”

In treating concussions, sooner is better. Injuries need oxygen to heal. If a patient can be treated with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) within 48 hours of the injury, the improvement of symptoms is ideal. However, dramatic improvement of symptoms is possible even years after the injury occurred. Oxford Recovery Center offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) in two Michigan locations: Troy and Brighton.

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Soaring Butterfly Award

Rebecca Horning began working with children diagnosed with autism in 2014 as she was finishing her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan-Flint. She instantly fell in love with these children and the work became a passion she’s pursued ever since. Hired in...

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A Body in Symphony

Neuromuscular Therpy with Reformer Training builds core strength so the body’s muscles move in symphony. It strengthens deep muscles from the “inside out” which can address pain, balance the body, increase strenght, and improve flexibility. Reformer training available in our Brighton, Michigan facility.

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A Synergistic Healing Approach for Autoimmune Disease

Some of the better-known autoimmune diseases include rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, ulcerative colitis, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, and lupus. The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) estimates that 50 million Americans (almost 1 in 5) suffer from one or more of the 140+ diseases classified as autoimmune. That’s approximately double the number of people who suffer from heart disease and four times the number of people affected by cancer.

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