Clinical Concerns in Dealing with Brain-Injured Patients

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Abstract

The author describes the clinical challenges in treating individuals with traumatic brain injury, typical patterns in patient behavior and symptoms, and pragmatic treatment strategies. Neurofeedback retraining of brain activation patterns can mitigate many of the cognitive deficits in traumatic brain injury. A broad understanding of brain function and knowledge of specific behavior therapy and cognitive remediation strategies is recommended for practitioners providing treatment to individuals with brain injury.

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