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With nearly 17% of troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan showing signs of suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) the Army has opened a 6,000-square-foot center at Fort Bliss.

The Army says that the center has an unique approach because it treats both physical and mental ailments. The center’s goal is to remain ahead of the curve as it focuses solely on war-related mental health issues. A variety of treatment options are available including: group therapy, prescription medications, acupuncture, and hot stone therapy.

Other PTSD information from the VA:


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