Here’s how to help tornado relief efforts in the Triad

Ancient therapy helps veterans fight anxiety and depression

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

A handful of military and veteran hospitals are offering wounded warriors an ancient therapy to deal with their physical and mental injuries.

WTKR reported that it was Sgt. Allan Olson’s second time in the class after being ordered to take yoga.

He’s said he is enjoying it, and now he and his wife want to take classes together.

He has already been diagnosed with PTSD. Doctors are sure he has a Traumatic Brain Injury, so he’s at NMCP for evaluation for TBI.

He says this is some of the best stretching he is going to get.

“I didn’t want to admit that I was having problems. So, it kind of built up over 10 years, and while I was here in Virginia, things just kind of got out of control, and I had to get help.”

Read full story: WTKR.

For more information, click here.