PTSD Recovery Program
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Trirat Lipton’s Story
Trirat Lipton was the first participant in the PTSD program. This frank interview was taken two days after he finished three days of the pilot experiment.
Since this interview Trirat asked to be the LiveO2 PTSD outreach lead.
Before the experience Trirat was classified 70% disabled by the VA due to anxiety and other issues. He clearly expresses what it felt like to cope with PTSD symptoms as the focus of his life and what he felt it was like for his loved ones.
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Nathan experienced a head injury in Iraq when his vehicle was hit by 2 RPGs while pulling down the statue of Saddam Hussein. He experienced emotional trauma when his fellow soldiers were KIA. He is classified 100% disabled. The main criteria for 100% disabled is the inability to have friends.
In this segment, taken during the 2nd day, Nathan speaks of feeling regained capacity to emotionally re-connect with his wife. Later he narrates the sensation of having his brain turn back on.
What Next for you?
Since recovery joined our team and became our PTSD Outreach person.
His goal is to help other veterans get their lives back.
This 3 part series offers explanation and documentation of the recovery process.
- Trirat’s functional brain tests on day 0, 3 and 7 showing restoration of brain function during his recovery.
- Explanation of PTSD persistence after TBI. Physiological explanation of why people with PTSD tend to inappropriate social behavior. Explanation of recovery process.
- Suggestion of why PTSD has remained incurable and pricing for recovery program.