Helping Vets with PTSD Find Life After Service

The Problem has a Solution

It’s estimated that over 2 million soldiers have PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). A promising treatment is called SGB (Stellate Ganglion Block) and was first discussed in front of Congress in 2010.

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Dr. Eugene Lipov

Eugene Lipov M.D. is a world-renown anesthesiologist, the Chief Science Officer of the Global PTSI Foundation, and the first to report on treating PTSD with SGB, demonstrating an efficacy rate of 70%+.

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Patient Stories

These men and women share their story as they struggle for life after violence, their experience with PTSD and the Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB).

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Healing Hero Fund

The Healing Hero Fund provides payment for the Stellate Ganglion Block when veterans cannot afford to pay for the procedure. The cost of SGB is $1,000-- $1,500 per procedure.

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Patient Stories

The SGB Procedure Changes Lives

Can the Wrongfully Imprisoned Be Healed of Their Trauma?

PTSD relief? Can a little-known treatment help wrongfully-convicted Ohio man?

Homeless Veteran Mom Facing PTSD

Military Sexual Trauma Survivor has PTSD Breakthrough

Mass Shooting Survivor—Is her PTSD Cured?

Man’s PTSD Cured with Injection?

Media & Publications


‘A war within myself’: One veteran’s struggle for life after combat.

Can a Single Injection Save Soldiers Suffering from PTSD?

Volunteers wanted for PTSD study of treatment some call a miracle