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Journal EntryCan virtual reality relieve post-traumatic stress?
Learn how video-game technology could help veterans overcome post-traumatic stress.
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Journal EntryCan massage relieve my back pain?
When performed by a licensed massage therapist, massages can help reduce your back pain. Learn more.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileMusical healing for TBI and PTSD
Music therapy has gained acceptance as an evidence-based treatment for TBI and PTSD. Learn more and watch a video of music therapy in action.
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Journal EntryMirror therapy for phantom limb pain
Phantom limb pain commonly occurs after an arm and/or leg amputation. Learn how mirror therapy helps heal service members.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbVirtual reality: game or treatment?
Virtual reality isn’t just for entertainment anymore—its applications include use by the military to treat symptoms of PTSD and other combat-related injuries.
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Journal EntryTENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) for pain?
Many different types of pain respond to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, or TENS—read on to find out if this therapy might be appropriate for you.
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Journal EntryAcupuncture for pain
Acupuncture is more commonly being used in the military as a method for pain treatment and management in conjunction with traditional practices.
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Journal Entry C headerCenter for Rehabilitation Sciences Research
The Center for Rehabilitation Sciences Research (CRSR) is working to improve the lives and rehabilitation experience for injured servicemen and women.
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Journal EntryHelp for Warfighters at NICoE
The National Intrepid Center of Excellence provides healing for Warfighters with TBI, and PTSD or other psychological problems because of combat.
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Journal Entry D source codeWhat exactly is a “trigger point”?
What is a trigger point, and how can one be treated?
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