Patti Katter

Overcoming Trials With Triumphs.

Professional certified life coach, motivational speaker and author Patti Katter specializes in helping individuals and families who have suffered grief, challenges and personal setbacks as a result of military war injuries.

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With her mandate of “overcoming trials with triumphs." She brings to her role personal experience as a military wife whose husband was injured in combat. Ken served in both the U.S. Marines and Army and while in Iraq, his unit was hit hard, experiencing multiple fatalities and casualties.
Patti began volunteering her time to assist military families while her husband was deployed in 2006-2007. When her husband returned home from war, the family began an arduous journey through the military healthcare system as Ken sought treatment for the wounds he suffered in Iraq. In 2010, he medically retired from the US Army. Patti notes, “My life experiences.....

Patti Katter

"Behind every soldier, sailor, marine, airman, and coast guardsman is someone who supports them with their whole heart!"

-Caregivers Around the World

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Stem Cell Therapy: Leading Up To Departure

I realized both mine and Ken’s passports were expired. That is a no-no if you are going from the United States to the Bahamas. About a week and a half ago, I rushed through the paperwork to expedite our passport renewal. To my surprise, our new passports were here very quickly. I’m talking in about […]

Posted in Stem Cell Therapy, Time For A Hero | December 7th, 2018 |No Comments »

Stem Cell Therapy: The Beginning Part 2

If you haven’t heard, Ken is one of the first veterans I know of who will receive stem cell therapy for his brain injury. Everything has been confirmed and it will be done this month. Confirmation discussed and proven during this process: Extensive conversations with medical staff about Kens TBI and other injuries/wounds. Documentation from […]

Posted in Caregiver, Stem Cell Therapy, Time For A Hero | December 7th, 2018 |No Comments »

Stem Cell Therapy: The Beginning Part 1

When Ken was first diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injury in 2007 after being wounded in Iraq, we were told that parts of his brain would never regenerate (it’s been a scientifically proven fact). We were shown scans of seven different parts in Ken’s brain that literally have dead spots in it. During traumatic brain injury, […]

Posted in Caregiver, Stem Cell Therapy, Time For A Hero | December 7th, 2018 |No Comments »

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