Neuroacupuncture for Veterans
Meet Zac Ruttman, Veteran & Wounded Warrior
Zac was wounded while serving in Iraq by an IED, taking shrapnel to the head, neck and back. Safely evacuated, he was treated through conventional military medical services, where he was diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Zac endured numerous surgeries, followed by extensive physical rehabilitation. Though he made progress with recovery, he continued to experience headaches, pain, insomnia, and balance issues. In search of a better quality of life, Zac sought help through Neuroacupuncture - a treatment method he was not aware of until a friend told him about it. Skeptical, but willing to try, Zac and his family traveled to Albuquerque, NM for treatment. With just a few needles, Zac immediately noticed his hearing improved. Within a couple of treatments, he slept through the night, and has continued to improve since then. His quality of life has dramatically improved, thanks to Neuroacupuncture. Zac has partnered with the Neuro-Acupuncture Institute to share his story in hopes of inspiring other Veterans to give Neuroacupuncture a try.
If you are a veteran, or if you know a veteran who suffers from one or more of the following symptoms, Zac recommends giving Neuroacupuncture a try!
Headaches, Insomnia, Pain, Balance, Paralysis,
Emotional Issues, Anxiety, Fatigue, Foggy Brain
Nightmares, Social Avoidance, High Sensitivity to Stimuli