Traumatic Brain Injury - Cerebrum Health Centers
A Traumatic brain injury can have symptoms lasting long past the initial injury. Cerebrum Health Centers knows the underlying neurology, and we can help.
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TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

It could be something as simple as hitting your head on a cabinet, or it may be as severe as a car wreck or a blast injury during deployment. A Traumatic Brain Injury can have symptoms lasting long past the initial injury and these symptoms don’t resolve themselves. Cerebrum Health Centers knows the underlying neurology for the issues, and we can help. Schedule a Free Phone Consult with a Patient Advocate below! 

Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury

PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS: headache, fatigue, nausea, light or noise sensitivity, balance problems, numbness/tingling, dizziness, changes in vision, ringing in ears, sleep issues

EMOTIONAL SYMPTOMS: irritability, sadness, enhanced emotions, nervousness, anxiety, personality changes

LONG TERM SYMPTOMS: difficulty concentrating or remembering, mental fog, slow mental and physical responses, confused or forgotten recent information, vision issues

How Cerebrum Health Centers Helps Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Cerebrum brings together a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to YOU and your specific needs. Through our innovative processes, we help repair the brain by encouraging targeted activity in the affected areas to restore or enhance function. We work together to maximize quality of life for our patients dealing with symptoms including blurred vision, light sensitivity, headaches, mood instability or depression, sleep and/or memory issues, and more.

We address TBI rehabilitation through gold standard diagnostics and therapies such as:

CDP (Computerized Dynamic Posturography) - evaluates systems that affect posture and balance

VNG (Videonystagmography) - tracking eye movements to assess function and detect specific neurological issues

ImPACT Test - measures memory, impulsivity, cognitive competency and other symptoms

RPSS (Repetitive Pheripheral Somatosensory Stimulation) - low dose stimulation to activate nerves and cause brain changes

Ocular Rehab - gaze stability and movement for improved brain fog, better memory, managing busy areas and more

SVI (Sanet Vision Integrator) - improve memory, coordination, ocular and balance

ReBuilder - to restore nerve functionality, strengthen muscles and increase blood flow (especially good for neuropathy)

OVARD (Off Vertical Axis Rotational Device) - reset the vestibular system to improve dizziness, coordination and stability

Structural Correction - break up muscle adhesions to alleviate spasms and increase motion

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