Concussion and Head Injury
Start Feeling Like Yourself Again
Concussion and brain injuries have ebbs and flows. That’s what makes them hard to diagnose and treat. But you know how you feel. And you know your medical history. Even if you had a traumatic head injury three years ago, chronic headaches, vision changes, feelings of depression, and difficulty concentrating, can add up to warning signs of Post-Concussive Syndrome (PCS) that need to be addressed.
Not every concussion or brain injury turns into PCS, but if you have the history and you struggle to invest in your job, hobbies, or basic lifestyle both physically and mentally, then you could benefit from a personalized treatment from Brain Health Nebraska.
Support You Need, Expertise You Trust
An important takeaway from our services is that you are not alone. Dr. Franzen and his team are here to offer you support and expertise. They can piece together your history and symptoms to provide you with the answers you’ve been looking for, along with crafted solutions that fit your needs.
We’re here to help you take it one day at a time.
Taking a biopsychosocial approach to your treatment, we conduct brain mapping and psychotherapy sessions to piece together how your brain copes with past trauma and how we can start the rehabilitation process.
We are goal oriented and work towards an overall healthier you. The journey towards that goal is different for every patient in terms of strategies, timelines, and results. But we are with you every step of your journey to recovery. There could be both good days and bad days, but with our solutions, we aim for the good to eventually out-weight the bad until those days of you not feeling like yourself are a thing of the past.
It might be a long journey. But trust us. It’s worth it in the end.
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If you have questions or concerns about a previous brain injury or concussion, we encourage you to contact our office to schedule an appointment!