Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the widespread and leads into the death and disability in millions of individuals around the world each year. Overall incidence and prevalence of TBI are likely to increase in absolute terms in the future. Tackling the problem of treating TBI successfully will require improvements in the understanding of normal cerebral anatomy, physiology, and function throughout the lifespan, as well as the pathological and recuperative responses that result from trauma. New treatment approaches and combinations will need to be targeted to the heterogeneous needs of TBI populations.
The therapeutic approach are advances in the realms of cell-based therapies, genetics, promising and new rehabilitation techniques, and integrative treatments that combine to the both complementary and alternative approaches with the typical Western treatments that will likely lead to a reduction in TBI-related morbidity and improved outcomes
- Therapeutic Interventions
- Insight Oriented Psychotherapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Behavior Therapy