Anthony Treas, MPH shares his personal story about his time in Iraq and how it has impacted his civilian life. Today, Anthony is thriving despite living with the challenges of PTSD, but it wasn’t always that way. Anthony details his journey on the battlefield and how hard it has been to acclimate back to civilian life. He also talks about his decision to seek help and how a health and wellness class changed his life. Today, Anthony is a successful entrepreneur helping raise awareness for Men’s health issues.
If you, or someone you love, is suffering from anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts or PTSD, please listen to Anthony’s inspirational story on this episode of the Patient Activation Network. Please like and share this, so that others suffering from these mental health issues can hear Anthony’s message of hope.
About Anthony Treas, MPH
Anthony Treas, an Iraq War veteran, is on a mission to radically change men’s health. His mission in Iraq was to provide personal security for U.S. generals and government officials, now his mission is to help men reclaim their health, sense of adventure, and purpose. Upon his return home, Anthony struggled with PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Desperately wanting to improve his condition, Anthony set out to rebuild his health and well-being.
With 7 years of experience, research, study, and education, he developed the S.T.R.O.N.G. Method which is founded on the principles of building a healthy brain, the most effective way he found to rebuild his health and life. Unlike most coaches, Anthony teaches men the importance of brain health to transform their life. Since his return home, Anthony graduated with honors from Oregon State University with a B.S. in Health Promotion and Education and earned a master’s degree in public health (MPH). He is also a certified health educator specialist and Wellcoaches trained.
- About Anthony Treas
- Returning home with PTSD
- Signs, symptoms and struggles
- Seeking help
- Importance of Men’s health
- S.T.R.O.N.G Men Coaching
- New Man Health Summit
Thank you for listening to the Patient Activation Network Podcast. A special thank you to all of the veterans out for your service. We look forward to sharing another inspirational story soon.