Traumatic Brain Injury is one of the most common injuries facing veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Soldiers in combat in these wars have endured more blast attacks than those who have served in any other war. The resulting head trauma from concussive blasts results in a high number of TBIs. Estimates show as many as one-third of all Iraq and Afghanistan veterans have sustained a TBI. Unfortunately, many are never properly diagnosed. Without proper treatment, they may experience symptoms such as confusion, inability to concentrate, memory loss and emotional distress.
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