Re: hbot and neurofeedback for CP
I don't want to burst your bubble, but I wouldn't put a lot of stock in HBOT to make a difference to CP. The reason is that HBOT is highly successful at helping the bodies natural repair processes to work more effectively. If CP was not a static condition, but one which it improved over time -- then HBOT might work -- but because it is static, it is highly unlikely to have any effect. It would be nice if I was proved wrong on this, but current research does not support HBOT as an effective therapy in CP.
Neurofeedback, on the other hand, has potential. Anything that helps to develop the plasticity of the brain, may allow a person with CP to develop alternate pathways in the brain. Ultimately learning new ways to do things that were impaired by CP. There is lots of potential here but I have no idea if anyone has worked out effective ways to apply this.