- Consolidating community care programs into a single program that provides more access to care and is much easier to navigate
- Expanding eligibility for the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for family caregivers
- Strengthening the VA’s ability to recruit and retain the best medical providers
- Strengthening the VA’s infrastructure to provide better service to veterans
How Does Medical Acupuncture Treatment Help Veterans with PTSD under the Mission Act of 2018?
Medical acupuncture treatment is proving to be beneficial for treating veterans with acupuncture for ptsd under the Mission Act of 2018. This alternative therapy is gaining recognition for its ability to alleviate PTSD symptoms like anxiety, hypervigilance, and sleep disturbances. Acupuncture is believed to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes and promote overall well-being, offering veterans a viable option for PTSD management.
Connecting Veterans with Quality Care ProvidersEssentially, after the VA’s community care programs grew in number and became complicated to access and administer, the Mission Act of 2018 provided the solution through the Veterans Affairs Community Care Network (VA CCN). It consolidated VA’s numerous community care programs, including Veterans Choice, into a more simple program that is easier for veterans and their families to navigate. As the VA continues to cope with the national shortage of health care professionals, especially physicians and nurses, the VA CCN helps fill this gap. Veterans who live far from VA medical facilities can now seek care and find coverage through this extended network. This also simplified the process of providing care to veterans for community providers like Family Integrative Medicine, thanks to new IT systems, better communications with the VA, and more timely payments. It’s especially helpful for veterans with challenging diagnoses, where the caliber of specialty care can directly impact recovery times. Through the VA CCN, veterans can be referred to facilities like Family Integrative Medicine where they can obtain specialized treatment from medical staff with prestigious training and decades of experience. Given Family Integrative Medicine’s partnership with the VA, we routinely provide specialized care to veterans of all ages. Our experienced team brings skilled expertise in a wide range of conditions treated at our conveniently located practice clinics in Central Florida.
- Knee pain
- Hip Pain
- Neck Pain
- Foot Pain
- Lower back pain
- Functional weakness
- Painful arthritis