Tag Archives: Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

Navy Neuropsychology: Meeting the Needs of the Warfighter

By Cmdr. Carrie Kennedy, Neuropsychologist/Aerospace Experimental Psychologist, Marine Corps Embassy Security Group Navy neuropsychology has undergone massive changes in the past ten years. From a community that regularly maintained only three to four active duty neuropsychologists at a time to one in which we haven’t been able to procure and grow enough, we have been a much-needed clinical specialty in order to …

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Adaptive Yoga Changes Lives

By Rear Adm. Tom Steffens (Ret.), former Navy SEAL and founder, Exalted Warrior Foundation About seven years ago I was visiting a wounded SEAL at Walter Reed, and I watched the terrific therapy he was doing/receiving. While he was at it, I noticed that it really had a lot of strength components but not the stretching or core work that …

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