Vets get zapped to ease PTSD, and no one really knows why it works

Many veterans suffering from PTSD and TBI have opted for MRT(Magnetic Resonance Therapy) or “brain zapping” as the veterans refer to it, and found that they have worked.  The unproven procedure is offered at the Brain Treatment Center, located in an unremarkable office park, free of charge to former servicemembers. The veterans exit telling of a miracle cure, a transformation to tranquillity that they, their buddies and families can hardly believe.  “It saved my life,” they say, one after another. “I got my husband back,” their wives say. To read entire Washington Post article, click here: