Traumatic Brain Injuries
TBI patients are handed a long list of strategies that are commonly used. They may include restorative cognitive rehabilitation that utilizes stimulation and practice, or strategy cognitive that uses visualization, or even medications that direct arousal or attention. However, at best, many of these provide modest improvements. Then, still, it’s common for patients to be told that after a year or more they’ve obtained all the improvement they can expect and, therefore, must simply adjust to their current state of affairs.
There is, however, another method that is commonly underutilized but hold definite potential in long-term results – Neurofeedback.
- Inability to remember the cause of the injury or events that occurred Immediately before or up to 24 hours after
- Confusion and disorientation
- Difficulty remembering new information
- Blurry vision
- Nausea and vomiting
- Ringing in the ears
- Trouble speaking coherently
- Changes in emotions or sleep patterns