Episode 40: What if Everything We Thought We Knew About PTSD and TBI Was Wrong?

by Christopher Albert May 10, 2017

Episode 40: What if Everything We Thought We Knew About PTSD and TBI Was Wrong?

 

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The standard of care provided to veterans and active duty military members suffering from PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injuries is based on the idea of throwing pharmaceuticals at the issue. Many veterans who suffer from these ailments are on a dozen medications or more. Traditionally, Doctors look at PTSD and TBI as separate issues. PTSD is supposedly a reaction to traumatic events, and TBI is a result of concussion or a traumatic brain event. 

Dr. Mark Gordon is an interventional endocrinologist who's dedicated much of his life to studying traumatic brain injury. Dr. Gordon has worked with thousands of cases of TBI, and through his work he's found that both PTSD and TBI may have a common source in chronic inflammation. The problem is that none of the current standard treatments for these issues actually treat inflammation. 

Through the Warrior Angels Foundation, Doctor Gordon has helped hundreds of veterans eliminate the symptoms of TBI and PTSD altogether without standard pharmaceuticals by using nutrients and hormone replenishment. Doctor Gordon and Warrior Soul Podcast cohost Andrew Marr have made it their mission, through the Warrior Angels Foundation to make these treatments available to all veterans by bring them to the attention of the powers that be. 

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Christopher Albert
Christopher Albert

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Chris is the founder and owner of Warrior Soul Apparel and is an international fitness coach. Chris served in the US Marine Corps, and is certified as a trainer through the NSCA and NASM. He is also a Sports Nutrition Specialist and has a BA and MA from the University of Connecticut and Doctoral Candidacy at the University of California at Santa Barbara.



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