Traumatic Brain Injury in an Adult

September 03, 2013

A 60 something man sitting in his car is violently struck from behind. While MRIs and EEGs come back normal, he is nonetheless impaired in language, walking and balance. A year of physical therapy has produced marginal results. He begins treatment with Neurofeedback and the results are substantial. His language skills are nearly back to normal, his gait is much improved, and his quick to temper pattern is ameliorated. He feels more like his old self, though there is room for more gains.