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Our Services

For Our Veterans

Helping you channel your full potential with proven theraputics.

Who We Service


  • All Vietnam Veterans.
  • Veterans suffering from various chronic and acute conditions.

  • Veterans with PTSD.
  • All veterans, regardless of financial and insurability circumstances.



Vecttor Therapy is FDA cleared for the symptomatic relief of chronic intractable pain with over 20 years of clinical experience treating thousands of patients. Vecttor Therapy is non-addictive with no negative side effects.

Vecttor Therapy is a form of electronic medicine that utilizes interferential therapy, which is the low frequency stimulation of nerves to make changes in the body.  This therapy is used to treat a wide variety of medical conditions and is FDA cleared for the symptomatic relief from chronic intractable pain.  The electronic stimulation of the nerves across the upper and lower body normalizes nerve responses through specific meridians to re-establish proper function of the hypothalamus.  The hypothalamus is an important part of the brain which is the first integration and response center for many of the body’s unconscious activities.  Vecttor therapy normalizes stress responses in the body by increasing oxygen-enriched blood flow.  As cells regenerate and begin working properly again, overall pain will diminish and normal functions will begin to return as biological health improves. 

Diagnostic Evaluations and Lab Assessment

We have contracted with a mobile diagnostic company to provide diagnostic assessments to determine the best course of treatment for our veterans.

Specialized testing helps differentiate neurological conditoins from other conditions with similar symptoms. Data from these tests helps our physicians determine an accurate diagnosis to begin appropriate treatment. Our neuro-diagnostic testing includes:

Routine EEG: a routine electroencephalogram (REEG) is a diagnostic test that detect electrical activity in your brain using electrodes attached to your scalp. Your brain cells communicate via electrical impulses, which are always active, even when you’re asleep. The electrical activity is then displayed on a graph as an EEG recording. the most common type of EEG test is aclled a Routine EEG; the test itself is 20-40 minutes in length and is typically done in a physician’s office.

AMBULATORY EEG WITH VIDEO: an Ambulatory EEG with video test allows the patient to be monitored for up to 72 hours in their own home. The Ambulatory EEG with video test records both brainwaves and video at the same time. This allows the physician to see what is happening when the patient has a seizure or event and compare the pciture to the EEG recording. Sounds that occur during the testing are also recorded so that the interpreting neurologist can tell if the seizure or event was related to electircal activity in the brain.

Neuro-diagnostic testing plays a significant role in preventing care, placing medical necessity and healthcare compliance as a top-priority

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Frequently Asked

How does Veterans Healthcare Alliance differ from the healthcare services provided by the VA?

Veterans Healthcare Alliance contracts with many different healthcare professionals to meet the immediate needs of the veteran community by dramatically reducing and/or eliminating the various barriers and waiting periods typically associated with the VA. 

Does Veterans Healthcare Alliance require a DD-214?

Yes.  Veterans Healthcare Alliance operates independently to meet the needs of our veteran community.  It should also be noted that Veterans Healthcare Alliance treats ALL veterans regardless of discharge status. 

Does Veteran Healthcare Alliance provide Mental Health or just general medicine?

Yes.  Veterans Healthcare Alliance has contracted with numerous specialists to treat the needs of our veterans suffering from stress, anxiety, PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, depression, and addiction.  We currently contract with physicians specializing in psychiatry and psychology as well as licensed professional counselors. 

Does Veterans Healthcare Alliance assist with VA Healthcare Enrollment?

Veterans Healthcare Alliance employs Peer Service Coordinators to assist with navigating the VA enrollment processes. 

How soon can I begin receiving healthcare?

Our staff will work diligently to initiate the process of scheduling an appointment with one of our medical directors to determine your specific needs.  It is our goal to render services as expeditiously as possible.  The typical turn-around time from medical evaluation to initiating treatment is approximately two (2) week. 

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