TBI and Concussions

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MeRT Neuromodulation for Concussions and Traumatic Brian Injuries

Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), from athletics or accidents, can introduce substantial unknowns for family members and the injured alike.

The extent of damage to the brain can be challenging to diagnose early in the process, and how long or how well recovery occurs is an open-ended question even for experienced brain injury specialists.

Symptoms of brain injuries can include:

Additionally, there are few concrete therapeutics for those recovering from brain injuries or concussion besides rest and regular behavioral and physical therapy.

What if there was more that could be done?

What if we could accelerate the brain’s own healing process after a TBI or concussion?

How Cognitive Care by the Center for Brain Care Works


MeRT begins with a brainwave analysis to understand your unique brain biology and identify areas of the brain that are not functioning or communicating properly.


Our experienced clinicians use this proprietary evaluation to understand your biology and develop a personalized, targeted treatment plan to restore normal brain communication and optimize cognitive function.


Therapy takes place over a few weeks. The process is simple and gentle, non-invasive, non-surgical, and non-pharmaceutical, stimulating affected locations in the brain to improve function.

Neuromodulation Therapy for Concussion and TBI

Now, families and those suffering from a concussion or brain injury have a new option.

Neuromodulation through transcranial magnetic stimulation has been used successfully to accelerate healing and help restore cognitive function in those with brain injuries.

Research has shown that those who experience a traumatic brain injury have a variety of markers that correlate to other common cognitive conditions. Alpha band brain waves are frequently affected post-concussion. Elevated theta wave and beta wave activity in the brain are noted in traumatic brain injuries (TBI), along with increases in low frequency EEG power, which has been correlated with severity of post-concussive symptoms in veterans with TBI.

Neuromodulation has been shown to influence task performance, memory retrieval, and cognition in concussed or TBI patients, and emerging research is confirming that MeRT may improve symptoms and recovery significantly.

If you or a loved one are suffering from a brain injury or post-concussive symptoms, the Center for Brain Care’s non-invasive and gentle MeRT therapy can help. Contact our team to learn more and find out if treatment is right for you.

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