MHCA specializes in the treatment of post-concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI) related symptoms. A brain injury ranges from a mild concussion, which may not have required hospitalization, to a severe injury that may have resulted in loss of consciousness. A TBI often results from a blow, bump, or jolt to the head from events like car accidents, falls, or sports injuries. Symptoms from mild injuries typically resolve over time, while more serious injuries may require longer healing time or have lasting complications.
Neurofeedback, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, counseling, and medication are all evidence-based treatments utilized for individuals enduring symptoms associated with a head injury. Symptoms such as behavioral/emotional dysregulation, aggression, depression, anxiety, loss of concentration, insomnia, and/or personality changes are all potential consequences of a TBI. Due to the various symptoms that might occur, a collaborative and multi-disciplinary treatment plan, such that is provided by the licensed health care providers at MHCA, is most effective for symptom reduction and to foster an individual’s resiliency to thrive after an injury.