The Invictus Project

The Invictus Project

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Mission

To empower our patients to live more fulfilled lives by treating the underlying causes of traumatic brain injury (TBI) , post traumatic stress disorder(PTSD) & depression. 
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How the organization supports veterans

The Invictus Project is a Not-for-profit organization (501-c-3) dedicated to positively influencing the way that mental healthcare is provided to veterans by taking a diagnostics first approach to treating TBI, PTSD & Depression. The Invictus Project utilizes state-of-the-art imaging technology , through our partner Cerescan, to get an accurate picture of brain function prior to treatment. Once we have an accurate picture of exactly what is going on in our patients mind and body we provide a series of treatments that is designed to address the underlying causes of their symptoms. 
Treatments Provided: 
  • Ketamine Infusion Therapy 
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 
  • Intranasal Platelet Rich Plasma 
  • Intranasal Stem Cells
  • Intranasal  Insulin 
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History

The Invictus Project was founded by two former Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians , Sam Peterson and Jeff Haugland. After returning from multiple combat deployments both men struggled to reintegrate while battling PTSD, TBI and crippling depression. When they reached out for help from the traditional medical system they were handed bottle after bottle of prescription medications that only made their symptoms worse. The symptoms worsed until the point that suicide seemed like the only option to end the pain. With no hope in sight Sam and Jeff embarked on a journey to find alternative medical treatments that could help to heal their minds.  After years of research and self testing the Invictus Project was created to make these treatments available for veterans who are suffering. 

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