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Medication for Traumatic Brain Injury

Patients recovering from TBI may be given a wide range of prescriptionsincluding acetaminophen and ibuprofen for pain, anti-convulsants for seizures, as well as anti-depressants and anti-psychotic medications to help reduce anxiety, aggression, and other anti-social behaviors. As with all medications, the side effects of these drugs can, in some cases, be more uncomfortable than the ailments they're supposed to treat. Concerns about the long term effects of pharmaceuticals have led many patients and their physicians to research and try alternative treatments for TBI particularly neurofeeback.

Merln Hurd PhD; BCN, QEEGT

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