Veterans find relief at Murfreesboro aquatic training facility

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By Dawn Davenport

It’s the only one of its kind in Tennessee, and the aquatic training facility H3O is giving many people, including veterans, hope and relief.
The veteran-owned business in Murfreesboro stands for health, healing and hope outreach.
Army veteran Michael Burrows says that is his mission, with a special outreach toward veterans. A physician approached Burrows with the idea of the state-of-the-art facility, and he said he jumped at the idea.
“It doesn’t even feel like a job. I get to sit around a pool every day and watch people get better,” Burrows told News 2.
He’s referring to people like Vietnam Air Force veteran John Dent, who remembered how bad off he was when he first walked into H3O.
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