About The TBI Group
Many people get into an accident but don’t get the proper testing to ensure there isn’t long-term damage in the brain. All it takes is 2 G’s of force (5-10 mph) to cause concussive symptoms. Patients that have a concussion are not given the proper therapy to reduce or eliminate symptoms. Right now there is a huge need to properly and objectively diagnose TBI from an injury as well as rehabilitation of the brain.
We provide a unique TBI protocol that will objectively identify if there was traumatic brain injury from an auto accident.The main function is our leading diagnostic test which will help determine the nature of impairment and corresponding treatment needed to optimize recovery.
Why Choose Us?
We are the first technology-driven brain injury diagnostic center. We provide top-notch TBI diagnostic care that collects objective data to make better-informed decisions about the nature of impairment and the corresponding treatment needed to optimize recovery.
Provide top-notch TBI diagnostic care that collect objective data to make better-informed decisions about the nature of impairment and the corresponding treatment needed to optimize recovery.
Present these services at an affordable rate that is well below all competitors to ensure that each patient has the opportunity to be at ease knowing they can get this type of testing done if necessary.
ARE THERE ANY CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR USE?The battery of assessments cannot be performed in patients who experience complete vision loss without glasses or hard contacts, since we require removal of these lenses during testing.
HOW SOON SHOULD A PATIENT BE TESTED?We recommend anytime 72 hours after injury.
WHAT IS THE TURNAROUND TIME FOR TEST RESULTS?We typically have results within 48-72 hours of test. However, we can get them as early as 24 hours upon request.
HOW LONG DOES THE TEST TAKE?The full process takes no longer than 30 minutes.
GLOSSARYOculomotor: The inability to synchronize visual information with motor and cognitive functions. Vestibular Impairments to the vestibular system: The balance center of the brain – affecting the ability to coordinate head and eye movements. Cognitive-Fatigue: decreased working memory, recall, and reaction time. Becoming distracted or fatigued following prolonged periods of concentration.
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