Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 04, 2014
Carrick Brain Center, a treatment center that focuses on treating combat veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain injury, is launching a campaign to make the invisible wounds of war visible.
The first video features Greg Coker, a retired Army aviator and a member of the Night Stalkers, an elite Army Special Operations regiment, is the focus of the first of a new series of short videos created by Carrick Brain Centers that depicts veterans hidden in plain sight among the daily lives of Americans. Each video features a real war hero who suffers from invisible wounds incurred through combat.
The video series was created to raise awareness and money which allows veterans to attend treatment programs that would be otherwise unavailable to them through the Veteran’s Administration. Kara Williams, Director of Care to Share, can already feel the winds of change.“There is a whole movement of people who are willing to support America’s veterans with their time and money. The general public is becoming more and more aware of the tremendous sacrifices that have been made and realizing something needs to change…and we will make a difference…one veteran at a time.”
To donate click on the following link: CareToShareNP.org
About Carrick Brain Centers
Carrick Brain Centers is a multidisciplinary brain rehabilitation center that combines evidence-based diagnostics with leading-edge technologies and treatments to quickly help improve the quality of life of patients suffering from brain injuries due to physical or emotional trauma or degenerative conditions that affect the brain and central nervous system.
Evidenced-based diagnostic tools and protocols used at a customized treatment pattern enable them to achieve measureable results in the quickest possible time, relieving debilitating symptoms and returning the patient to a measurably better quality of life. Carrick Brain Center’s patients include athletes suffering from the short and long-term effects of concussions, elderly individuals dealing with the decline of physical and cognitive function, military members diagnosed with PTSD, and children diagnosed with mild to severe cognitive or neurological disorders.
Supported by their staff of patient advocates, nurses, nurse practitioners, as well as speech, physical and occupational therapists, Carrick Brain Center’s Board Certified Neurologists from the disciplines of medicine and chiropractic bring together innovative and comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options to address the needs of their patients. Backed by their engineering team working at the frontiers of science and medicine to build new diagnostic and treatment approaches like their patented Off Vertical Axis Rotational Device (OVARD), Carrick Brain Center’s multi-disciplinary team is delivering the future of brain health management today.