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Controversial Neurofeedback Brain Therapy May Be the Answer to PTSD
by By Katie Drummond Monday, June 20, 2011

Military doctors struggling to treat post-traumatic stress disorder are quietly adding a new tool to their arsenal: A controversial brain-wave therapy they say can heal troubled veterans and even send once-broken troops back into combat.

Staff Sgt. Justin Roberts is one of hundreds of service members finding relief with the experimental remedy.

While working at a combat hospital in Iraq for more than two years, Roberts, now 32, was exposed to the grisliest of war's suffering. Every day he helped treat troops, captives and Iraqi civilians who suffered devastating wounds from gunfights, bombings and IED attacks.

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