Tina Braddock, RN, BSN, CEN, CPTR, FNPc, born and raised in NYC and Long Beach, NY, is a certified emergency registered nurse with ample experience in trauma nursing and military leadership during her time on active duty in the US Army 2012-2019. Currently, she is completing graduate school for Nursing Practice and has successfully started her integrative medicine healing center on the North Shore of Oahu.
She mainly works with veterans, first responders, and athletes in pursuit of whole health and optimization of mind, body, and spirit using cutting-edge regenerative modalities and precision medicine. Tina is a passionate wellness and mental health advocate and considers herself a post traumatic growth subject matter expert.
In 2019, trauma hit home as her spouse sustained a severe Traumatic Brain Injury. As Jim continues to fight for recovery and both of them learn a lot along the way, they hope to share with the world all they have done to combat the invisible injuries of mental health. Tina completed her certification in psychedelic therapy and research and studies plant medicine for neuroplasticity benefits and Post Traumatic Stress.
Tina serves on the community advisory group for Mt Sinai Brain Research, is an ambassador for Heroic Hearts Project and Flow Dose Maui, and supports and advises multiple suicide prevention organizations. Her current projects include supporting Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Psychedelic Therapy access for Veterans in the state of Hawaii.
In her free time, you can find her hiking, beaching, traveling, cold plunging, or eating pizza. She is highly motivated to support the 343 Fund and hopes to support great change for her fellow first responders and their family members.