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Think, “Better”

A Brain Injury Recovery Program

“I have healed myself!”

Dr. Joseph Dituri suffered a massive concussion as a result of a motor vehicle accident.

NOTE: Think, "Better" is currently unavailable as we are developing new clinic facilities.

Think, “Better”

A Brain Injury Recovery Program

Think, “Better” is temporarily unavailable. 

Please watch for updates as we are currently setting up new clinic facilities.

What is Think, “Better”?
It’s a non-pharmaceutical brain injury recovery program combining hyperbaric oxygen therapy and carefully chosen adjunctive therapies delivered during a condensed, 28-day outpatient program of high intensity healing and inflammation reduction.

Who is it for?
Think, “Better” is designed specifically for military heroes and professional athletes suffering from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) due to multiple concussions or who are coping with the aftermath of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

If your symptoms include PTSD, or depression, or an inability to regain your previous elite operator abilities, and if you are frustrated by the lack of meaningful treatment available to you, the Think, “Better” program is for you.

What are the outcomes?
Though still considered experimental, all patients to date have realized significant subjective, objective and qualitative results.

For military heroes, this can mean a return to active duty or a normal, highly functional life after service. For pro athletes, it can help extend their playing career and/or avoid post career cognitive deterioration.

Why is it so desperately needed? 
When Dr. Joseph Dituri, the creator of Think, “Better” suffered a major brain injury in a motor vehicle accident, the traditional medical practice of diagnose and discharge – with words of encouragement – failed to satisfy his need to find a way to heal his brain.

Being told all he needed was “a tincture of time” pretty much sealed the deal. Something had to be done. That’s when Dr. Dituri began digging into everything he knew, and a lot he didn’t know, about what it takes to teach the body how to heal itself.

Beyond healing himself and based on the results this program has achieved to date, Dr. Dituri’s vision is to dramatically reduce the agonizingly high number of suicides among CTE and TBI victims.

When a spouse says, “I have my husband back”, and patients tell us “I feel like I can think again” and “Thank you, you saved my life,” we know we have begun fighting and winning a battle that for so long has been left un-fought. 

A military hero’s results after completing the Think, “Better” Program

How it works
Patients commit to a 28 consecutive day program that includes 9 – 5 in-office therapy, 8 hours of sleep, and drinking a gallon of water every day. One week prior to the beginning of their program, patients spend several hours in an intake and assessment session. After the program, patients spend several hours in a debrief and final assessment session.

Think, “Better” treats physiological, psychological and physical maladies simultaneously to empower your body to relearn how to make the chemicals required to regenerate brain tissue and improve overall brain function and physical health.

Watch, Learn, Get Inspired!

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The Saved
Watch this before and after Think, “Better” treatment patient stories
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The Soldier
Suffering from PTSD, veteran Larry Roberts talks about how it has been 30 years since he “felt this good!”
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The Spark
The moving and amazing origin story of the Think, “Better” program.
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The Sports Star
“I am Hercules now!” says retired NFL star Michael Clayton about his remarkable recovery after going through the Think, “Better” program.
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Felicia's Story
On the road to recovery from PTSD, an army veteran and active duty police office tells her story.
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The Study

Learn how the program works from Dr. Joseph Dituri and the medical team who collaborated to
create and deliver the Think, “Better” program.

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Greg's Story
An ex-football player and his family talk about how Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) has an insidious negative impact on the ailing person and their family. CTE is a brain condition linked to repeated head injuries and blows to the head.