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David Cifu and Cory Blake work at the Hunter Holmes McGuire Polytrauma Center (one of only four in the country) providing intensive rehabilitation care to veterans and service members who experienced injuries to multiple organ systems. This type of injury
David X. Cifu: David Cifu, MD is Chairman and Herman J. Flax Professor, Department of Physical Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University, National Director of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Veterans Health Administration, Executive Director of the Center for Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University. Cory Blake: Cory Blake is an Authorized Continuum Movement Teacher, Music and Movement Therapist at the Hunter Holmes McQuire Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center.
Table of Contents
|Putting It All Together: A Holistic System for Health||p. 1|
|Post-deployment Syndrome: The Illness of War||p. 15|
|Military and Veteran Health Care Systems: A Traditional Approach||p. 37|
|A New Model of Wellness (Rebuilding the Warrior)||p. 51|
|First Step: Understanding Your Body's Symptoms||p. 67|
|Second Step: Discovering Your Strengths and Resources||p. 93|
|Applying Healing Principles||p. 119|
|Re-establishing Normalcy||p. 151|
|Creativity: Integrating Health into Your Life||p. 177|
|Resuming the Productive Mission: Basic Training||p. 197|
|The Return of the Warrior: A Lifetime of Success||p. 221|
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