We want to successfully treat individuals who are suffering from PTSD/PTSI.

We have a unique biological approach, SGB, to helping PTSD/PTSI.

Please make a tax deductible contribution today to help us treat Vets in need.

You will also find us with the name ErasePTSD as we have numerous efforts to spread the word on our life-changing treatment and to help attract supporters to our charity efforts!

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Helping Vets with PTSD/PTSI Find Life After Service


The Problem has a Solution

It’s estimated that over 2 million soldiers have PTSD/PTSI (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder/Post-Traumatic Stress Injury). A promising treatment is called SGB (Stellate Ganglion Block) and was first discussed in front of Congress in 2010.

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Dr. Eugene Lipov

Eugene Lipov M.D. is a world-renown anesthesiologist and a volunteer as the Chief Science Officer of the Global PTSI Foundation. Dr. Lipov is often engaged to provide the SGB treatment for the Veterans, First Responders and other patients to accomplish the Foundation’s mission.  GPTSIF reimburses Dr. Lipov (at a discounted rate) for performing SGB for PTSD sufferers.  Dr. Lipov forgoes more profitable work to continue to treat our patients and we are very grateful to him.

(Note: Dr Lipov is not a board member nor is he involved in any financial decisions of the Foundation.) 

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Patient Stories

These men and women share their story as they struggle for life after violence, their experience with PTSD/PTSI and the Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB).

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Healing Hero Fund

The Healing Hero Fund provides payment for the Stellate Ganglion Block when veterans cannot afford to pay for the procedure. The cost of SGB is $1,000-- $1,500 per procedure.

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Patient Stories

The SGB Procedure Changes Lives

Veteran Sexual Trauma Survivor Returns with PTSD Breakthrough

PTSD relief? Can a little-known treatment help wrongfully-convicted Ohio man?

Homeless Veteran Mom Facing PTSD

Can the Wrongfully Imprisoned Be Healed of Their Trauma?

Mass Shooting Survivor—Is her PTSD Cured

Man’s PTSD Cured with Injection?

Media & Publications


‘A war within myself’: One veteran’s struggle for life after combat.

Could a Shot of Local Anesthetic Block PTSD’s Harmful Effects? The Army Is Trying to Find Out

Can a Single Injection Conquer PTSD? The Army Wants to Find Out