New research shows nerve injections are effective for treating PTSD symptoms

From Military Times:

New research has bolstered the argument that a century-old pain management technique is effective for treating post-traumatic stress disorder.

Results of a clinical trial published online Wednesday by JAMA Psychiatry show that stellate ganglion block, or SGB, injections reduced PTSD symptoms at roughly twice the rate of a placebo, resulting in a noticeable improvement for those who received them.

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Medal of Honor recipient praises revolutionary neck injection treatment for PTSD

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18 June 2019

A therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder that some doctors believe will “revolutionize the way PTSD is handled” was the subject of a recent “60 Minutes” report featuring a number of afflicted veterans, including one Medal of Honor recipient.

The breakthrough treatment, called stellate ganglion block, or SGB, has been shown to significantly diminish various symptoms of PTSD, such as depression, anxiety, and insomnia.

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Treating PTSD with the Stellate Ganglion Block with Navy Veteran Meriwether Ball

 

Story from VeteranOnTheMove.com

25 February 2019

Meriwether Ball, USMC historian and journalist, has provided pro-bono public affairs effort for Dr. Eugene Lipov since her successful treatment, relieving her of 50 years of symptoms.  Dr. Eugene Lipov is the pioneering anesthesiologist who developed the Lipov Block, the stellate ganglion block for treatment of PTSD.

I don’t have flashbacks, nightmares anymore and I have to tell you that it was so unfamiliar.  The first thing I said, Greg asked me how do I feel and I said, it’s so noisy in here. He said that’s something, a lot of people who have had the block experience that the noise in your head is so loud.  I didn’t realize that flashbacks had audio. – Meriwether Ball

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Volunteers jump at chance to help veterans recover from PTSD

Story from WGNtv.com Chicago

18 November 2018

CHICAGO — With Michael Jordan’s statue looking on, volunteers leapt at the chance to support veterans by jumping rope thousands of times Sunday.

During the “Jump for Vets” charity event, around 70 people pushed themselves to do 2,200 jumps, or the equivalent of 100 jumps for every veteran that takes their own life each year. Sponsored by Rags of Honor, the charity event aims to raise around $15,000 to provide medical care for soldiers battling PTSD.

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Volunteers jump at chance to help veterans recover from PTSD

Story from WGNtv.com Chicago

18 November 2018

CHICAGO — With Michael Jordan’s statue looking on, volunteers leapt at the chance to support veterans by jumping rope thousands of times Sunday.

During the “Jump for Vets” charity event, around 70 people pushed themselves to do 2,200 jumps, or the equivalent of 100 jumps for every veteran that takes their own life each year. Sponsored by Rags of Honor, the charity event aims to raise around $15,000 to provide medical care for soldiers battling PTSD.

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‘It could make a difference in a lot of dogs’: Doctor tries PTSD treatment for first time on animal

Story from DailyHerald.com

14 September 2018

By Burt Constable, Editor

A service dog for an Iraq War veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, gentle Reno developed his own PTSD in November after he was pinned under a crashed van and suffered burns.

“He displayed a lot of anxiety,” says owner Sonia Campos-Marchiori, who with her husband, Paul Marchiori, founded the V.E.T. Service Dogs charity that trained Reno and other service dogs. “He was tearing couches up and pulling curtains down.”

Reno barks loudly, growls and snarls as he’s led into the Veterinary Specialty Center in Buffalo Grove…

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Wounded Heroes Documentary Promo Video

 

This trailer is about Eugene Lipov, M.D. ‘s stellate ganglion block! Click here for video

Silver Dove Films is a 501(C)(3) non-profit that is producing a documentary to save the lives of our veterans. Many suffer from post-traumatic stress (PTS) and there are 22+ veterans committing suicide each day. The goal of this documentary is to change that by showing veterans the many available treatments, without drugs, that are having tremendous success treating PTS. The documentary will have interviews with doctors, psychiatrists, veterans, and other experts. Veterans will have hope and get the help they need as they see the many possibilities of treating their post-traumatic stress without black labeled drugs with serious side effects.