Episode 5 | Chris VanSant | Finding a Path Forward | TBI & Mental Health Discussion
Chris VanSant joined the show to discuss his struggles during and after the military stemming mostly from his 11 combat deployments with the Unit. Chris opens up about TBIs, PTS, and almost self destructing. Chris' story does not end in darkness, it begins when he reaches his path forward by finding his next mission and discovering the healing power of hiking.
Episode 6 | Jen & Tom Satterly | WHAT YOU DON’T SEE | PTSD & Family
Jen & Tom Satterly joined the show to discuss the impact of Post-Traumatic Stress on the family; from spouses to children to the service-member, the stress can sometimes be unbearable. This is a candid and open discussion. There is hope and there is a path forward. Jen’s book, ARSENAL OF HOPE: TACTICS FOR TAKING ON PTSD, TOGETHER, is out now and is a must read.
Episode 4 | Ryan Hendrickson | Getting Your Bell Rung | TBI Discussion
In this important conversation, Ryan opens up about almost losing his life and returning to service. We also discuss the adage of “getting your bell rung” and the effect of these traumas on the brain. Ryan authored Tip of the Spear where he discusses his injury, recovery, and returning to service.
Episode 3 | Hormone Imbalance And Low Testosterone In Active Duty Military And Veterans
Episode 3 - Hormone Imbalances and Low Testosterone in Active Duty Military and Veterans.
Episode 2 | TBI & Operator Syndrome | Dr. Chris Frueh, Dr. Kate Pate, Jack Ratliff
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s) can occur just about anywhere, any place or any time. Often, majority assume unless you are knocked unconscious for a period of time overseas by an IED or blast, then you don’t have a TBI.
Episode 1 | Mike Glover | Military & Contractor Perspective | Burn Pits
Mike Glover joined the show to talk about his experience with toxic exposure overseas as a military member and contractor. This episode hosted by Jason Piccolo and Nikki Selby.