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Internal Scares with SGT Sid Parra "PTSD" "TBI"

SGT Sid Parra talks with us about his battles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder “PTSD” and “Traumatic Brain Injury “TBI”. SGT Parra recalls when he realized that he was dealing with something out of the norm and how he had to seek help. The Mission Brief is “Refocus” Please comment below on what that means… Read More »

Eye Appointment ‘Mistake’ Leads Her to Relief From PTSD

▶︎ If you or someone you know has experienced a vision problem, brain injury or feel like “something is different” then take our free online “Brain Quiz” or speak with one of our New Patient Advocates and come in for a Mind-Eye exam today by contacting our office at 847-984-3156 or visiting us at https://mindeye.com… Read More »

How To: Routines

LightBridge Connect proudly introduces our new App that powerfully assists suffers from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) along with their Caregiver(s), Doctors, and inner circle, technology that can help lead a more normal life. This ‘How To’ video will walk users through a step by step process on how to… Read More »

My Story with PTSD and HBOT

As a West Point graduate and following two tours in Iraq, where I held leadership positions, commanding over a hundred soldiers in combat, I expected an easy transition back into civilian life. My experience however, was much different. Here is my story. Source: Youtube

Tamar Rodney, PhD, PMHNP-BC: How Racism Ties into Trauma and PTSD

Race and how individuals experience race in a negative context can be traumatic; it also needs to be acknowledged as an historical and generational traumatic event, an ongoing, lived experience. Identifying racial trauma and getting specific help to heal, especially taking into account the historical and generational context, is crucial as society takes much needed… Read More »

Tamar Rodney, PhD, PMHNP-BC: Differences Among Adjustment Disorder, Acute Stress Disorder, and PTSD

The main differences among adjustment disorder, acute stress disorder, and PTSD have to do with age and time. Adjustment Disorder usually occurs in children who experience a change in routine and environment. Acute Stress Disorder has to do how quickly symptoms occur following a trauma while with PTSD, symptoms usually take three to six months… Read More »

Ask the Expert, Tamar Rodney, PhD, PMHNP-BC: Predispositions Can Cause Different Outcome from Trauma

Two people had a similar trauma from car crashes, but one is fine while the other still struggling a lot. Can you please explain? In this video, Dr. Rodney answers your questions about mental health treatment. Tamar Rodney, PhD, PMHNP-BC, CNE is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Her research and clinical… Read More »

Ask the Expert, Tamar Rodney, PhD, PMHNP-BC: Invisible and Visible PTSD Symptoms and Getting Help

My sister was mugged and I think she is experiencing PTSD. She doesn’t want to get help but if she waits too long will she be less likely to recover? In this video, Dr. Rodney answers your questions about mental health treatment. Tamar Rodney, PhD, PMHNP-BC, CNE is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School… Read More »

Invisible injuries | Posttraumatic stress disorder | Invisible injuries can be most crippling #short

Invisible injuries | Posttraumatic stress disorder | Invisible injuries can be most crippling #short Learn More Here : Website: https://linktr.ee/EthenOstroffLaw/ Topics: – Posttraumatic stress disorder – What is meant by justic to you ? – Personal Injury Settlements – Personal injury Lawyer – Personal injury case – Ethen Ostroff – Shorts – Invisible injuries Welcome… Read More »

Post-Traumatic Epilepsy and Our Veterans: Impact, Research, and Hope

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic epilepsy (PTE) can happen to anyone, but our service men and women are at a higher risk for incurring a TBI and developing PTE as a result of their injury. Between 2000 and 2020, over 400,000 active service members sustained a traumatic brain injury. As a result of research,… Read More »