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03 Nov 2022

Traumatic Brain Injury and Anxiety

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“Vincent had fifteen treatment sessions before he stopped worrying about me electrically stimulating his brain.  The obsessiveness, or perseveration, is common in TBI, where short term memory is compromised:  patients get an idea in their heads and cannot get it out.  The effects of brain injury on concentration and memory have been well documented, for example, physicians at University Hospital in Groeningen, the Netherlands, showed that one year after the head injury 84 percent of their patients still reported symptoms, the most common being irritability, forgetfulness, poor concentration, and fatigue…..One of the major contributions of neurotherapy to the treatment of TBI is to correctly identify injured areas of the brain.” p.36.

Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.

     TBI and dementia are connected.  We see many people with TBI history which they did not associate with their chief complaints.  Drs. Kelsey.  Phone: 260-432-8777.