Senator Bernard Sanders spoke to Congress on his experience speaking with veterans from WWII, Vietnam through Iraq and Afghanistan and the following video offers a very truthful response to those who would continue to place our men and women in harms way least we forget the 500,000 veterans whom have come back from Iraq and Afghanistan with PTSD and TBI….
Please watch and share!!
What a GREAT and POWERFUL Weekend!!!…..
Last weekend on Friday and Saturday at the South-side Armory in Chicago, SaTerra Vishnu, DOM and Frank Yurasek, PhD were in attendance to provide Auricular Acupuncture Treatment for PAIN, to the over 500 veterans who made their way to South-side Armory to get support services from community service organizations and those committed to providing our veteran population with the care they are due for their service to our country!
The two day event offered those veterans who participated, new insights on how they can find non-toxic pain relief (esp. for chronic neck, knees, low back and sleep issues), associated with their service, and how this simple and effective treatment can be learned and integrated, BY EACH AND EVERY VETERAN, for themselves and their families!!
A BIG THANK YOU!! :-))) Goes out to: The “Jim’s” and “Gabi” for all the support and effort brought forth to make this event SUCH A SUCCESS!!
THE ACCESS , CHOICE and ACCOUNTABILITY ACT (VACCA) OF 2014
The law direct the establishment of a Veterans Choice Card benefit that allows eligible Veterans who live more than 40 miles from a VA facility or are unable to get a VA appointment within 30 days of their preferred date, or are within 30 days of the date determined medically necessary by their physicians, to obtain approved care in their community instead.
For more information about the Veterans Choice Card, please click on the following link:
And, please feel free to post your comments on our blog so other veterans can learn about your experience with this new opportunity.
Today….Monday November 3rd, means one week before V-DAY!!
I hope everyone who is getting involved with the FREE Veteran Acupuncture Stand Down on November 11th, is in the swing of moving towards V-DAY….This will be and EXCITING DAY for not only VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES but also for those who are taking the time and effort to CREATE CHANGE AND OFFER REAL HEALING!!
The importance of this community-based event is the true “kick off” for a PARADIGM CHANGING MOVEMENT TO KILL VETERAN SUICIDE and assist those who have served us.
Not only does this event provide the obvious, it most certainly offers a much deeper and deliberate heart-centered action to “galvanize” all of us within the spirit of LOVE AND THANKSGIVING.
This is truly how we will heal our soldiers, their families and ALL OF US!!!
TODAY I WILL POST A NEW TAB ON THE SITE….THE WALL OF HONOR!!
THE WALL OF HONOR WILL PROVIDE ALL THOSE PARTICIPATING IN THE V.Ac. STAND-DOWN, the opportunity to showcase your local stand-down….report on the number of veterans and family you treated and reveal to the rest of the world the reactions and value you offered to your community!!
HOW ARE PTSD SYMPTOMS INFLUENCED IIN VETERANS DURIING ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENTS,, AS DOCUMENTED ON A PCL–M QUESTIIONNAIIRE?
The latest research poster from the collaboration of Drs. Francis Yurasek, PhD (China), MSOM, LAc • Manuel Duarte, DC, MS, MSAc, DABCO, DACBSP • Cynthia Easter, BA, MSAc, offers pretty definitive evidence-based research on the reduction of symptoms related to PTSD with a 4-month acupuncture treatment program….Please see the post by Dr. Yurasek for more information….
FREE Acupuncture clinic FOR VETERANS 11-11-2014
Adjunct has dedicated its treatments rooms and its entire staff to treating any Veteran and their families on Veteran’s Day for Pain, and the effects of PTSD. Treatments will include:
• Auricular Therapy
• Korean Hand Therapy
• Medical Qi Gong
• Sotai Corrective Exercises
PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required and appointments can be scheduled online at: http://www.adjunctmed.com/registration-information.html
For more information about Adjunct Medical Services and their qualified staff, go to: http://www.adjunctmed.com/providers.html or contact Jim Zotti at 708-469-7592; or by email at: Healing@adjunctmed.com
About Adjunct Medical Services (AMS)
AMS is here to assist you with Alternative Medical Therapy for any pain, ailment, or symptom. Our Practitioners are certified and licensed to provide you the best care and the most options for your healthy recovery. AdjunctMed uses a mix of Alternative Medicine techniques. AMS will find the best solution for you to feel well fast and without any need for pills. We are dedicated to finding the best possible solution for you and teaching you how to administer this solution.
Since Randy has been getting treatment with “Veteran Acupuncture” for his war related injuries, he has noticed a significant reduction in the PTSD related symptoms associated with the pain he has been experiencing.
Another Veteran Benefits from Sleep and Anger Issues by Consistent Treatment with Veteran Acupuncture
The above video describes the benefits Veteran Acupuncture is helping this veteran who has had a long history of sleep disorder and anger issues….This is the REAL DEAL….We can’t make this stuff up!!!…Find out how (VAc.) can provide help for your issues!!
The video testimonial above from James speaks very loudly about how “Veteran Acupuncture” can heal family wounds caused from the effects of PTSD…A moving testimonial you do not want to miss!!
Beginning yesterday… 09/23;2014, The “Veteran Acupuncture” project,
dedicated a new website: http://www.veteranacupuncture.us
facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/veteranacupuncture with more social networking to come!!
and will be offering FREE acupuncture treatments NATIONWIDE to veterans and their families on November 11th, (Veteran’s Day).
Individuals who are dealing with the effects of chronic and acute pain and PTSD can get more information by visiting the above sites.
Those interested in becoming a CERTIFIED VETERAN ACUPUNCTURE FACILITY, please contact me at 1ACUDOC@GMAIL.COM and type in the subject line: