My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Healing Heroes Network, Inc., Palm Harbor, FL, USA
My fiance returned from Iraq with severe PTSD. He endured daily migraines, 2 injured knees, IBS, an injured neck, impaired memory, insomnia, had great difficulty reading or concentrating, and depression. I finally found Healing Heroes Network after 6 years of trying to get him some help. Stacey Spiegel was very responsive, and returned my email within 10 minutes, saying there was Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Therapy available to him at no cost, and a room provided for this injured vet. Within 2 weeks he was on his way to Florida, for HBOT treatments. This staff went out of their way to make Brian comfortable and were very attentive. They are a professional, wonderful medical team, and deserve the highest rating for their great care and compassion for injured veterans. His headaches and IBS have greatly lessened, and his ability to taste and smell have returned since HBOT. His concentration and memory have also improved. I have only good things to say about Healing Heroes Network. It has been an honor to be involved with Dr. and Mrs. Spiegel, Brandi and the staff of Healing Heroes Network.
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The whole staff is professional, compassionate and empathetic towards our injured veterans. They went the extra mile to make a 2 month, life-changing HBOT healing available to my loved one.
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I am speading the nameHealing Heroes Network to everyone I know. We have to do our part to get our brave heroes help when they return from war with ptsd/tbi. This group is truly remarkable!
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