While many veterans and active duty troops have experienced at least one traumatic brain injury (TBI), few receive the assessment they need to know for certain whether they suffer from PTSD or Post-Concussive Syndrome (PCS). Knowing the right answer is the first step in getting the right treatment.
As part of your No-Cost-to-You PTSD and PCS evaluation, you will receive:
PTSD and PCS have several overlapping symptoms:
Yet, the two disorders are different in important ways: PTSD is a mental health issue, while PCS is a result of a brain injury which, left untreated, can lead to serious neurodegenerative diseases (such as Alzheimer’s and CTE) later in life. Early treatment for PCS is the best protection from disease progression.
Fill out the form on this page to schedule an appointment for your PTSD and PCS evaluation at no cost to you!
“Now I sleep better, focus better, and am more clear-headed. This is cutting-edge science, and it works.”
Michael, a former US Navy pilot, was serving as a training instructor in England when the tail rotor of his aircraft was torn off, and his plane went down. The nose dug into the ground, Michael was knocked out, and his legs were nearly severed. He was unconscious for two days and underwent a dozen surgeries in a week. Two years later, Michael was much better, but despite seeking treatment, he still suffered from the effects of traumatic brain injury. Then he found Kaizen, where our team of experts created a(n) evidence-based treatment plan that included cognitive rehabilitation and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). “The personalized care was paramount,” says Michael. “They were able to put together the whole big picture, and they said I was fixable. Now I sleep better, focus better, and am more clear-headed. This is cutting-edge science, and it works.”
“The difference between me today and two months ago is enormous… This has been life-changing for me and my family.”
In 2015, Loretta, a mother, teacher, and competitive Olympic weightlifter, fell off a high bar during a gymnastics move and fractured her skull. Two years later, she was still experiencing symptoms of traumatic brain injury: mental and physical fatigue, insomnia, headaches, and mood changes. She lost interest in her hobbies, including weightlifting.
She came to Kaizen hoping to rediscover her motivation and love of life, and after just one week of TMS treatment, her headaches were gone and she was sleeping without medication. By the end of the treatment program, she no longer felt fatigued, and she was feeling positive again.
“The difference between me today and two months ago is enormous,” says Loretta. “Everyone [at Kaizen] is so nice. This has been life-changing for me and my family.”
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