The mission of the military access program (MAP) is to provide unique holistic health care support and therapies for military service members at little to no cost to them.
There is no doubt that the medical system has done a excellent job helping our soldiers recover from the traumas of service. We do not recommend or suggest to replace that of care. Medicine is absolutely necessary and a vital part of recovery. What we suggest is our place in a supporting role, once the immediate medical care has been administered. Based on “The Triangle of Health” written by Dr. Alma C. Arnold in 1918, the Triune of Health shows that a well-functioning person is expressed through the balance of structural physical, chemical, and mental/emotional well-being. This historic model delivers an approach to achieving balance and is used below to demonstrate how our military service members are affected and can therefore be supported. As a holistic health care professional, I am qualified to help with these stressors through nutritional and therapeutic protocols.
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HOW WE HELP
If you or someone you know has served our country and may benefit from MAP, please call the clinic at (239) 275-7575 and we can share all the details with you. Thank you for your service, thank you for our freedom. God Bless, Stephen Stokes BSc, DC, FIAMA
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