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Learn About PTSD Emotional Avoidance and Why It Doesn’t Work

Veterans who suffer severe emotional trauma during their military service may return home and develop post-traumatic stress disorder. This medical condition occurs when a person has difficulty recovering after they witness or experience a life-threatening, traumatic event. Because military service personnel face extreme combat situations and dangerous environments, they are at a far greater risk… Read More »

3 Ways VA Services Can Help Iraq War Veterans with PTSD Find Employment

As many as one in every five service members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan experience symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is a condition that may cause nightmares, hallucinations, paranoia, and an inability to interact with others. These symptoms not only make daily life difficult, they can make it extremely stressful or even impossible to… Read More »

Veterans and Service-Connected PTSD: Know the Signs

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health condition that can develop in people after they witness or experience a traumatic life incident or event such as a natural disaster, sexual assault, combat situation, or a tragic accident. For some people, symptoms of PTSD occur soon after the event. For others, symptoms may occur months or… Read More »

How Does A Doctor Diagnose PTSD?

Many veterans returning home from military service experience post-traumatic stress disorder. These men and women have witnessed or been involved in life-altering, traumatic events that created serious physical and emotional challenges. When doctors diagnose PTSD, they perform a physical exam to make certain medical problems aren’t causing the symptoms and a psychological evaluation that involves… Read More »

Veteran Coaches Discuss Non-Combat PTSD, SSD and Waiting Years After Service to File a Claim

Veterans, want to learn about non-combat PTSD and SSD? DP here, Veteran Master Coach from VA Claims Insider, and today, I’m here with my fellow veteran coaches to talk to you about non-combat PTSD, SSD, and waiting years after service to file a claim! Hosts: VMC DP, VCs Tyrone Brown, Sean Gavitt, and Brian Lofton… Read More »

Top 5 BEST Ways to IMPROVE Your VA PTSD Claim in 2020 (NEW TIPS!)

Veterans, want to learn how to WIN your VA PTSD claim and potentially get a HIGHER VA disability rating for PTSD, even if you’ve already been denied? Brian Reese here from VA Claims Insider, and today, I’m going to teach you the 5 best ways to improve your VA disability claim for PTSD in 2020.… Read More »

VA Claims For PTSD, GERD & Obstructive Sleep Apnea (Client Testimonial)

✔️Join VA Claims Insider Elite, get instant access to the ELITE Experience Portal (EEP) and $7,500 worth of proprietary VA claim resources TODAY, and obtain a VA DBQ and Medical Nexus Letters: http://www.vaclaimsinsiderelite.com The VA Claims Mastery Program is best for Veterans who have almost completed their claim or they just need some extra guidance… Read More »

3 Va Disability Claim Tips with Dan Quick from Va Claims Insider

If you want to sign up with Dan Quick to be your Veteran Claims expert then click this link and it will go straight to Dan. https://vaclaimsinsider.clickfunnels.com/optin28364546 If you are interested in learning more about Va Mental Health Claims check out this playlist Dan Quick is the Veteran Claims Expert that developed my winning Va… Read More »

Working With A 100% PTSD Rating

Today I’m talking about working if you have a 100% PTSD rating. There are a few ways that you are able to work with a 100 percent PTSD rating but you need to make sure that you are either scheduler or P&T. If you are on TDIU you will not be able to work with… Read More »

C&P Exam, Chronic Pain, and PTSD

Are you ready to learn how to fight the VA and get a 100% VA disability rating? Join VA Claims Insider Elite and I’ll guide you through every step of the way. Once we chat, I’ll learn your story and tailor your approach with the VA to get the highest rating legally possible. With our… Read More »

How VA PTSD Ratings are like a Beauty Pageant: Part 2

This is a follow up video on an earlier one and provides more in depth information on how to handle the fact that VA may be judging you on your appearance as one factor in deciding the severity of your PTSD. Watch this video to be prepared for your exams and potential hearing. Source: Youtube

How VA PTSD Ratings are like a Beauty Pageant Part 1

If you really think about it, VA sort of treats PTSD claims like a beauty pageant. Why? Because the person’s appearance can be a factor in deciding a winner. Watch to find out more about the role your personal appearance may play in your VA PTSD claim. Source: Youtube