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Legacy Watch - The Veteran's Hour
Vic Currier


Legacy Watch - Veteran's Hour
Friday's at 11:10am on KEDU Radio

To contact Vic:

Phone: (575) 802-5293

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042116  Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Series - Program #043   Hear It
Dr. Carol Henricks of NorthStar Hyperbaric is a practicing neurologist who specializes in the use of HBOT and Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) to help heal her patients, whether they’re Arizona veterans or athletes suffering from TBI (concussion), patients with memory issues, or those laid low by stroke.

Through her dual practice, NorthStar Hyperbaric and NorthStar Neurology, Dr. Henricks creates treatment programs with an ideal combination of therapies – HBOT, PEMF, traditional and alternative neurological – bringing relief and healing to her patients.

If you or a loved one is suffering from the after-effects of stroke, TBI (concussion), or memory loss, and you prefer the effective, non-invasive healing of HBOT, contact NorthStar Hyperbaric and NorthStar Neurology today.


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Tears of a Warrior
A Family’s Story of Combat and Living with PTSD”   Website    Contact
This has been our life’s journey for the past thirty-some years. We began writing our story several years back simply as a legacy for our two sons. But, with the war in Iraq & Afghanistan and soldiers returning from combat, we realized that there are many others who are living our experience as well. Some certainly have an even more traumatic story than ours. We are sharing our story for the sole purpose of giving back and hopefully making a difference for others.
Combat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the silent bullet you never hear.
PTSD disrupts the lives of combat veterans who have served their country, along with the lives of family and friends. It does not distinguish between race, age or gender and often goes undiagnosed. Even with proper diagnosis, many individuals do not know where to turn to get help. Society needs to understand the aftermath of combat and how to prepare for warriors when they return home. Readers will better comprehend the trauma of battle, both physical and emotional. PTSD affects everyone, not just the combat veteran! Tony Seahorn writes from his experience as a young army officer in Vietnam who served with the Dauntless Black Lions of the 1st Infantry Division. He was wounded twice in combat.

Janet Seahorn writes from the perspective of a wife and mother who has lived the past thirty years with a veteran who suffers from the physical and more specifically, the mental scars of combat. After reading Tears of a Warrior, you will understand:the experience of combat how PTSD affects the veteran, how PTSD affects the family, strategies for living with PTSD, how to restore hope for today, and the future This is a patriotic book written about soldiers who go into battle – called to duty – serving their country. Theirs is a story of heroism, untold valor and ultimate sacrifice. 







Las Cruces Regional Vet Center:
Description of Program: Las Cruces, New Mexico
Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) is designed
to deliver primary care services to eligible veterans living in Southern NM, Texas and Arizona.
Toll Free (800) 659-0311 or (575) 523-9826
230 Water St, Las Cruces, NM 88001


WES STUDI:  Wes joined the U.S. Army and while stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia, stories from returning Vietnam War veterans set his blood on fire. With only 12 months of his six-year service left, Wes volunteered to go to Vietnam. He served one tour in South Vietnam with the 9th Infantry Division in the Mekong Delta, living his own future war stories. At one point his company was pinned down in the Mekong Delta – and nearly killed – by friendly fire.  Contact Wes: Click Here




Mailing address:
Horses For Heroes - New Mexico, Inc.
P.O. Box 1882
Santa Fe, NM 

 87504Phone:   505.798.2535 
E-mail: Click Here

Exalted Warrior Foundation is a nonprofit 503(c). The Exalted Warrior Foundation facilitates an
adaptive yoga instruction program that is designed for wounded warriors in the active military, veteran
hospital facilities, and veterans within communities around the country.

Faced with the demands of both a physical and emotional recovery, adaptive yoga allows newly disabled veterans to reconnect with both themselves and their loved ones. Warriors with amputations, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries have greatly benefitted since the program began.   If you are a wounded warrior or work at a facility interested in having an Exalted Warrior Adaptive yoga class for your wounded warriors please contact us.

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TEAM TILLMAN 2014:  Team Tillman is keeping Pat’s passion and intensity alive while inspiring others to live up to their potential. A community of everyday athletes, civilian and military, we participate as a team or individually in marathons, half-marathons, triathlons, cycling and other athletic events to honor Pat. To date, we have raised nearly $1.2 million to fund scholarships for Tillman Scholars, who all share Pat’s commitment to service, learning and action. Register now to join Team Tillman and participate in one of our events.






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