Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic
The Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic provides comprehensive multidisciplinary strategies in a design to facilitate the rehabilitation and reintegration of Service Members who have suffered a mild traumatic brain injury (concussion).
Many Service Members suffer from a combination of symptoms to include: chronic headaches, sleep disturbances, memory, and cognitive problems, anxiety, depression, PTSD, family, and work issues as well a musculoskeletal injuries.
The TBI Clinic is a referral-based clinic, but walk-ins/self-referrals are allowed for all Active Duty Members.
The philosophy of the team is focused on the integration of therapeutic strategies within the program that provide an atmosphere of understanding, education and purpose.
Comprehensive Evaluation, Treatment and Therapy Enhanced Through Activity
Smart Equitest System/Balance Master
Allows for assessment and treatment of vestibular deficiencies.
Allows assessment and treatment of visual field deficiencies and upper extremity range of motion and coordination.
A series of tests used to determine the causes of a Service Member’s dizziness or balance disorders.
Automated Neurological Assessment Metrics. This is testing of cognitive function, motor skills, reflexes, and reaction time.
TBI Lecture/TBI Education
The TBI Program Director presents “TBI for Leaders” at the 10th Mountain’s 1SG/CDR Course and the TBI Nurse Educator is available to go to individual units to teach about TBI.
Provides structured, graded cognitive challenge to improve attention, problem solving, memory and executive functioning for improved performance for activity of daily living, leisure, school and work.
Service Member may have one on one with TBI behavioral health professionals or with any/all of the specialties within the clinic.