brain The Answer to Brain injuries

Traumatic brain injury can be found in all sectors of society. These injuries are often hidden away, with the person being judged in various ways because of their cognitive issues. They are now also often minimised through the use of the term ‘concussion,’ which leads some to believe that it is an injury that the person will ‘just get over.’  

The ways in which anyone can suffer a brain injury include:
  • motor vehicle accidents
  • sports injuries
  • falls
  • assaults
  • war
  • near drownings
  • suffocation
  • heart attack

In fact, the list of possible ways someone can suffer damage to their brain is probably endless; and yet these injuries continue to go untreated because most practitioners simply do not understand how neuro-cognitive performance arises as a function.

TBI is an area I have a particular passion about. I have treated these injuries for over 30 years and am able to quickly resolve the issues associated with TBI. However, no two injuries are ever the same and it is always a process of discovery for me, to determine where the breakdown in performance has occurred. It is also fascinating to watch as someone comes out of the fog associated with these injuries and can engage in life again.

Personally, I do not care if you suffered your injury 20 minutes ago or 20 years ago, it is possible to correct the associated problems, and do so in a way that makes others sit up and take notice. In many instances it only takes 2 or 3 therapy sessions and clients are ready to begin the back to work process.


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~ Rewiring the Brain
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