Every year, millions of people experience some form of a head injury, although in some cases when the head is injured because of a sudden, violent motion, the brain can be forced to knock against the skull, also known as a closed head injury.
Closed head injuries range from minor head injuries, such as a mild concussion, to traumatic brain injuries, which lead to severe brain damage or even death.
Some close-head injuries may create complications resulting in cognitive disabilities, communication difficulties, personality changes and changes in sensory perception, requiring treatment to help manage or restore the brain function.
Southwest Neurofeedback provides state-of-the art treatment to help people with closed-head injuries manage their symptoms and live a better quality of life.
For more information on treating Closed-Head injuries, please contact us or call (480) 314-4299.