BioTE Medical Combat Trauma Treatment Study shows promising results in veterans with PTSD and TBI

A current BioTE® Medical Combat Trauma Treatment Study (in conjunction with the Veterans Advocacy Center (VAC)) is showing promising results in helping veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Founder of BioTE® Medical, Gary Donovitz, M.D., explains it this way: "Many veterans return from combat with PTSD and TBI. They have hormone imbalances that start in the pituitary gland. We are optimizing their hormones to help relieve their symptoms naturally. We do this by using bioidentical hormones instead of conventional prescription medication. This can improve the quality of their lives."

This study is FREE and available in 40 different states. It is open to veterans who have been discharged, are retired, or are still serving. It includes treatment and lab work (up to $2,000 in value). With such promising results, the program is still looking for qualified participants through the end of 2015.

If you or anyone you know might be interested in this study, please contact Mandy Cotten, DNP, APRN, FNP-C at [email protected] or go to You can also contact Dr. Gary Donovitz online to schedule a speaking appearance or request more information.

Here is what two veterans have to say about their treatment so far:


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