Colonel Jim Lynch is an Army physician stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina with the United States Army Special Operations Command. Dr. Lynch earned a bachelor of science in Psychology from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1989, a master of science in healthcare improvement from Dartmouth College in 2001, and his medical degree from Brown Medical School in 2003. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. His clinical interests include ultrasound-guided injection therapies, PTSD, and traumatic brain injury. A strong advocate for mental health, Dr. Lynch has been a pioneer in the use of Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) for post-traumatic stress symptoms since 2011 and has performed over 200 SGBs. On this topic, he has published five articles in the peer-reviewed literature and has presented his research at several international forums. As a family physician, Dr. Lynch has the unique perspective of being the primary care provider for his SGB patients and is integrally involved with their behavioral health treatment plans.