23 Mar 2020

Traumatic Brain Injury: What You Can Do About It

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Traumatic Brain Injury: What You Can Do About It

There are on average two million reported brain injuries every year in the US. Up to 50 percent of those can have enduring symptoms six months or more after the injury (source-Jacobson, 1995).

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can result in problems with memory recall, behavior, emotional control and attention. Those affected can also become much more impulsive and exhibit poor judgment. Many often are not very aware of their problems. But a permanent solution that uses no drugs may actually be available right in their neighborhood.

Neurofeedback training seems to be a good non-invasive therapy for brain injury. This computer-based therapy uses biofeedback to monitor and correct irregular brainwaves. So how does it work?  Sensors are placed on the patient’s head to measure and monitor the electrical activity that is produced by the brain. In the case of brain injury, when there is excess delta and theta brainwave activity the computer helps normalize these brainwaves into proper ranges.  Over time and with multiple sessions this tends to improve the symptoms.  Usually neurofeedback can help to achieve lasting results.


If you live near Tampa or Orlando and are having some of the problems listed above, come in for a non-invasive brain scan. This revolutionary tool can identify most problems in the brain in less than 30 minutes.

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