Remediation of PTSD in a Combat Veteran: A Case Study
Presented by: George Lindenfeld, George Rozelle, John Hummer, Michael R. Sutherland, and James C. Miller
The post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) condition is a systemic neuroinflammatory state that emanates from a failure to recover from traumatic occurrence(s). Major complications associated with PTSD include problems with impulse control and issues related to verbal and physical outbursts of anger and rage. The Veteran’s Administration (VA) projects a post – 9/11 veteran population of around 3.5 million by 2019. Emotional problems are prevalent among combat service members and veterans with about half of the group suffering from various symptoms of PTSD.
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