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We Support Our Military and First Responders

Based on the patient’s goals and blood results, we will guide you through a customized treatment protocol. ​If you struggle with age-related issues like low testosterone, hormone imbalance, excess weight, inflammation or other issues caused by traumatic events such as PTSD and/or depression, we can help you achieve clarity in every area of your life. We can successfully provide the opportunity for patients to treat themselves with a goal of total rejuvenation and vitality through Telehealth across 50-states.

Our Mission

In the US, there is an epidemic of First Responders and Veterans suffering from PTSD and depression, which can result in a variation of symptoms and even suicide. Many First Responders and Veterans witness traumatic events every day.

When a person goes through a traumatic event, the pituitary gland can become damaged. This causes hormone levels to be clinically low, resulting in fatigue, weight gain, imbalanced emotions, decreased focus and insomnia. When a person has these symptoms, they are typically prescribed opioids or anti-depressants. At PRIME Medical Group, we are here to help reverse those symptoms and ultimately eliminate any side effects associated with PTSD and depression by holistically treating the physical cause of the problem.

We strive to make therapy work with your daily routine and we are here to help make it easier and more convenient every step of the way.

Proven Success

PRIME Medical Group’s Hormone Replacement Therapy program has helped hundreds of combat Veterans and First Responders restore a positive quality of life both mentally and physically.

If any Veteran has been overseas and has any type of concussion or mild traumatic brain injury, there has been multiple studies found in the National Institute of Health databases that have shown a correlation between Veterans who have sustained concussions from blast related injuries, causing chronic pituitary dysfunction which leads to hormonal deficiencies.



The American Psychological Association defines trauma as, “an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape or natural disaster. Immediately after the event, shock and denial are typical. Longer term reactions include unpredictable emotions, flashbacks, strained relationships and even physical symptoms like headaches or nausea.” (APA, 2017).

Traumatic events happen to people of all ages and most recover, although many suffer post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) months to years following the event/events.

In fact, it is often the case where keeping the traumatic events(s) secret actually propagates the growth of even more trauma or stress, which then becomes compounded over time. Efforts to maintain the secret can in and of itself become traumatic since a person needs to expend a lot of effort just to hide their emotions, especially big and intense emotions resulting from a traumatic event.


Mental Wellness

At PRIME Medical Group, we understand that people benefit from psychological therapy. Your mind, body and spirit are all interwoven as one. Sometimes, it is easier to talk to someone you don’t know but who understands what you are going through. That’s why we bring awareness to local Professional Counseling, Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) and or non-profit organizations focused on First Responder mental health.

These groups are dedicated to providing “free and confidential” programs for all active and retired department members and their families. These units were established in order to assist department members in the management of the demands of their job, and its impact on their family and professional life.


Patient Registration

PRIME Medical Group visits local gyms, police and fire stations while hosting educational seminars across the nation. We bring awareness to the community and First Responders to show the relationship between being involved in a traumatic event and suffering from PTSD, along with depression, which can result in suicide.

With our Telehealth capabilities, we can reach patients in all 50 states.

Any patient interested in therapy may sign up on our website by clicking HERE.


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PRIME Medical Services

No matter where the patient is located, we can provide customized care in the comfort of their own home or office. After the free consultation and on boarding process, our medical team will evaluate their needs, customize therapy protocols and ship any physician prescribed medications to their home within 5-7 business days.


  • Doctor guided individualized therapy for each patient
  • As a First Responder, you can be a patient without being considered unfit for duty
  • You can use your HSA medical funds to purchase medication
  • HIPAA compliant services in the convenience of your own home
  • 24/7 concierge services
  • Being on top of your game at work, home and at the gym

Qualifying Process

Customized therapy is based on our 3 step process. Once these are done, a comprehensive medical evaluation is conducted by our medical team and the Doctor will give the patient his recommendations.


Online or In-person Visit
with our Medical Provider including:

Blood test with Hormone Tests


Full Evaluation & Recommendations

Or one (1) of the following options:

Compounded HRT Package

1 Amino / Vitamin Blend

1 IV Therapy Cocktail

10 Pack Sexual Enhancement Therapy

Complimentary In-Body BMI, Massage Chair, Leg Compression and Red Light Therapy

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Everything included in Basic

blood test including: Thyroid + Vitamins

Or one (1) of the following options:

Commercial Grade HRT Package

2 Amino / Vitamin Blends

2 IV Therapy Cocktails

20 Pack Sexual Enhancement Therapy

Complimentary In-body BMI, Massage Chair, Leg Compression and Red Light Therapy

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Everything included in Standard

22 panel blood test with In-home services available

Or one (1) of the following options:

Commercial Grade HRT Package + GH Peptide Sermorelin

3 Amino / Vitamin Blends

3 IV Therapy Cocktails

Peptides: CJC1295/Ipamorelin and more

Medical Weight Loss Package: Semaglutide

Complimentary In-body BMI, Massage Chair, Leg Compression and Red Light Therapy

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Brave Wellness Center

Mental Health referraL
Dr. Robin Kroll

6323 N. Avondale Ave Suite 111, Chicago, IL 60631

Conditions & Treatments



Effective, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment methods for addressing the underlying causes of a range of addictions.


PTSD & Acute Trauma

Providing expert, evidence-backed psychotherapy treatment for First Responders and other victims of trauma.


Mood Disorders

Specialized, individualized treatment for various mood disorders across a range of levels of care. 


Depression & Anxiety

Cognitive-behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety and worry, OCD, panic disorder, phobias, social anxiety, and depression. 


Traumatic Brain Injury

Evidence-based, neuropsychological treatment to address the symptoms of stroke, memory impairment disorders, and traumatic brain injuries. 


ADD & Cognitive Issues

Cognitive-behavioral therapy that allow individuals to improve their daily life struggles by teaching the brain to use more efficient pathways.


Grief & Loss

Professional grief counseling to help individuals navigate recovery from trauma, anxiety, depression, or loss.



Specializing in helping codependent individuals find the path to recovery by treating emotional conditions, addiction, and mental health


Family Discord

Personalized therapy tailored to address the underlying causes of inter-relational issues within families. 



Veteran Affairs call:
(800) 273-8255 | VA PTSD

Veteran Affairs is the national center for PTSD. The VA is the world’s leading research and educational center of excellence on PTSD and traumatic stress. Understand more about PTSD and find out how to choose a treatment.


Chicago Police call:
(312) 743-0378 | CPD EAP

The Professional Counseling Division / Employee Assistance Program, is a unit of the Chicago Police Department that’s dedicated to providing “free and confidential” programs for all active & retired department members & their families. This unit was established in order to assist department members in the management of the demands of their job & its impact on their family & professional life.


Chicago Fire and EMS call:
(773) 358-3473 | CFD Local 2 EAP

The Local 2 Professional Counseling Division / Employee Assistance Program, (EAP) is a unit of the Chicago Fire Department Local Union 2 that’s dedicated to providing “free and confidential” programs for all active and retired department members and their families.

Mission 22

Mission 22 call:
(503) 908-8505 | mission22.com

Mission 22 Recovery+Resiliency Program leverages timeless principles of human healing and combines it with modern science to create a program that targets healing at its source. Mission 22 puts these powerful biometric and supplemental tools and healing fundamentals in Veterans’ hands so they’re never left in the dark about the next positive step they need to take. They learn how to reframe their physical and psychological environment to transform what was once a severe trauma suffered for the rest of us into a treasure the rest of us can learn from.

Bank The Blue

Bank The Blue call:
(800) COPLINE | Bank The Blue

Bank The Blue, is a non-profit organization that provides mental health support, resources and training for law enforcement officers so they can better serve and protect our communities. Now, more than ever, many police officers struggle with mental health issues due to their constant exposure to violent and traumatic situations; local departments alone cannot meet their dire needs. Bank the Blue is determined to fill this gap.

Florian Program

Rosecrance Florian Program call:
(888) 928-5278 | Rosecrance

Rosecrance Florian Program for Uniformed Service Personnel is a specialized substance abuse and mental health program for those who serve Uniformed service personnel — firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement officers, military, etc. — can encounter traumatic events at any time. To deal with the stress of their jobs, some may turn to alcohol and other drugs. The Rosecrance Florian Program offers a path to lasting recovery for service personnel by bringing occupational factors into the treatment process.

PTSD and Car Accidents

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder stemming from a traumatic incident, such as a car accident, which causes symptoms that impact daily life.

Physical injuries are often the focus of recovery efforts in the aftermath of car accidents, while the mental impact is largely ignored. PTSD is commonly associated with military combat veterans. Most people aren’t aware that the emotional trauma from car accidents can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder. In fact, car accidents are the leading cause of PTSD in the general population.

This debilitating mental injury often goes untreated because many car accident victims are unaware that they have post-traumatic stress disorder. One study showed that nearly half of all car accident victims experience PTSD. In the United States, 4.4 million people sustain injuries in car accidents serious enough to warrant hospitalization. This means as many as two million Americans experience PTSD from car accidents.

More effort should be made to treat the psychological impacts of car accidents. Click the NST logo for more information. 


These organizations are at the forefront of Military and First Responder mental health awareness.


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