All of these treatments can be effective in treating TBI. However, it is important to remember that the best treatment for a particular individual will vary from patient to patient. At NeuroDiagnostics, we’re here to support your TBI journey with strategic and effective treatments.
Regain Your Balance

Vestibular Therapy

Patients dealing with TBI often experience dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance. Vestibular therapy is a type of physical therapy that helps people with balance problems. Vestibular therapy teaches people how to improve their balance so they can get back to moving safely.
Sharpen Your Mind

Cognitive Therapy

Patients affected by a traumatic brain injury can experience a number of cognitive difficulties, such as memory loss, concentration, and problem solving. Cognitive therapy helps people improve these thinking skills and improve their ability to function in everyday life.
Enhance Your Vision

Oculomotor Therapy

Oculomotor therapy assists people with eye movement problems. This specialized therapy is often used to help people with TBI. People dealing with a traumatic brain injury may experience problems, such as double vision, blurry vision, and difficulty tracking moving objects. Oculomotor therapy helps control eye movements and improve vision.
Understanding Your Brain


The brain is directly connected to behavior, and understanding the relationship between the brain and behavior can be complicated. Neuropsychology studies this relationship in order to understand how the brain functions. When dealing with TBI, neuropsychology can be a guide towards cognitive rehabilitation.
Unraveling the Brain's Mysteries

CNS Tests

The central nervous system (CNS), controls and coordinates all bodily functions, enabling us to think, move, and process information. There are a variety of CNS Tests that can be used to assess the function of the central nervous system. These tests can be crucial in diagnosing TBI.
Assessing TBI Severity

BTI Test

Brain Trauma Indicator (BTI) is a test that is used to assess the severity of a TBI. The BTI test can measure a variety of complex factors, providing valuable information that predicts the patient's prognosis and guide treatment decisions.
Healing Emotional Wounds

PTSD Treatment

Patients dealing with TBI may experience PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health condition that can develop after a traumatic event. A variety of symptoms, including anxiety, flashbacks, and nightmares may be experienced when dealing with PTSD. A number of psychological therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, and exposure therapy can be effective in treating PTSD.