Concussions/Mild TBIs: Early Intervention to Achieve the Best Outcomes
In this Paradigm webinar, I lead a discussion of concussion management that is based on a systematic, biopsychosocial model. I’m joined by a Paradigm colleague, neuropsychologist Dr. Deborah Benson, to explore the evaluation and treatment of the complex issues for people with chronic post-concussion symptoms. The webinar ends with a case presentation that demonstrates how this model of care can lead to excellent clinical outcomes.
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