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Ken Falke spent years taking "diver's candy," but after his own injuries were helped by chiropractic care, he became a supporter of alternative medicine. Boulder Crest provides that kind of care to veterans with PTSD.
Kristin Gwin, a Social Worker at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center understands that getting help can be an intimidating process. She offers advice on how to get started by letting a professional know you want help.
The horses are like the soldiers — they're highly sensitive and they don't trust easily. For U.S. Army Veteran Garrett Combs, working with one of the horses leads to a major breakthrough in his healing process.
Retired U.S. Army Airborne Ranger Dusty Baxley explains how warriors can use meditation to find relief from the overwhelming barrage of thoughts and other post-traumatic symptoms like aggression, anxiety, and insomnia.
Military health-related problems due to combat exposure are not purely military problems, DoD problems, or VA problems. They are national problems and we need to be thinking about national solutions in order to address them.