"The most effective research reported data on memory improvement in TBI situations is with the use of EEG biofeedback. I have been able to document 38 TBI memory improvement to be above the normative group by the end of the treatment period. Go to…"
"I have worked on a solution to the tbi cognitive problems for the past 15 years and have an approach which appears to be very effective. The approach is a tune up of the electrophysiology of the brain. We have obtained memory improvements of 2.61…"
I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
There is an effective treatment for the cognitive problems resulting from a TBI. It is called activation database guided EEG biofeedback. The research conducted using this approach. In a group of 19 traumatic brain injured patients, showed improvements in auditory memory of 185% or 2.61 SD and again the treated group was functioning 1.92 SD above the control group.
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Kirtley Thornton, PhD
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I have worked for over 10 years trying to solve this problem
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