The Deeper Healing Foundation Mission:
To heal our Defenders: veterans, first responders and those who willingly endanger themselves through their service to the greater good. We do this by providing proven drug-free medical treatments that reduce chemical and heavy metal toxicity and naturally heal the brain with Microcurrent Neurofeedback resulting in long-term sustainable results.
Most recognize military service comes with a heightened threat of injury… what is often overlooked is that many veterans are suffering from illnesses caused by toxic exposures from their everyday work environments, living conditions or other hazardous circumstances. These illnesses may show symptoms immediately or may cause long-term effects that go undiagnosed for many years until they pose major health concerns. Even those that understand they are suffering from toxicity, many find they are left with few effective treatment options. We want to change that. Deeper Healing Medical Wellness Center specializes in Environmental Toxicity and this foundation was set up specifically to help make these treatments affordable to them.
The Deeper Healing Foundation is focused on educating people on this toxicity issue and raising money to help pay for veterans and first responders to get treatments that could offer them long-term sustainable results. There are many ways to get involved. Donate, time or money as one-time gifts or monthly. Volunteer at one of our events. Attend our events. Help a suffering veteran or first responder learn that this program exists. Our greatest hope is that one day we will not need to fundraise to help our veterans get the treatments they deserve, ones that will help their bodies recover sustainably. Until then we will keep moving forward to help this group of deserving individuals.
The process for defenders is similar to any patient of Deeper Healing Medical Wellness Center: a detailed questionnaire, physician consult, testing and results which lead to a personalized treatment plan. Common treatments for veterans are chelation for heavy metal removal, cellular cleanse for lowering chemical levels plus oxygenation of the cells/organs, and brain align for mental issues.
“So few know what to do with the levels of toxicity that we are seeing… ” – Dr. B
A short list of potential exposures:
Agent Orange or Other Herbicides Vietnam era herbicides used during to destroy foliage/crops
Smoke from Burn Pits Open-air pit waste disposal at military sites
Sulfur Fire Smoke (Al Mishraq, Iraq) Sulfur plant burned almost a month in June 2003; large amounts of sulfur dioxide released into the air
Camp Lejeune Water Supplies Tap water contaminated by industrial chemicals at Marine Corps Base Camp in the 1950s to 1980s
Industrial Solvents Usually liquid, used to dissolve, degrease, clean, strip paint, etc.
Pesticides Substances used to repel or destroy pests such as insects and pathogens
Depleted Uranium Uranium used in military tank armor/ bullets
(Qarmat Ali) Hexavalent chromium in sodium dichromate dust; water treatment plant in 2003
PCB-containing transformers Polychlorinated biphenyl used as coolant and insulating fluid
PFAS Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) found in products, including fire-fighting foams
Many veterans have been exposed to hazardous chemicals and materials as part of their military occupation. The Department of Veterans Affairs recognizes that certain illnesses are, in fact, caused directly by or linked to military service. Currently there are six health registries that exist for veterans who have had exposure to certain environmental hazards: Agent Orange, Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit, Depleted Uranium Follow-up, Gulf War, Ionizing Radiation and Toxic Embedded Fragments. A prominent condition affecting Gulf War Veterans is a cluster of medically unexplained chronic symptoms that can include fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders, and memory problems. The VA refers to these illnesses as “chronic multisymptom illness” and “undiagnosed illnesses.” A number of military occupational specialties carry specific, unique risks that increase the chances of exposure to dangerous toxins. These risks can include exposure to asbestos; chemical weapons agents; specific environmental hazards in air, water or soil; and nuclear radiation. Exposure List: https://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/