Clear strategies for treating traumatic brain injury are elusive, panel finds
By Published: October 12, 2011
There might be really good ways to restore brain-damaged people, especially the young wounded of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, to a healthy, if not entirely normal, state. But it’s difficult to say with certainty what those techniques are.
That’s the conclusion of a scientific review of ”cognitive rehabilitation therapy” performed by the Institute of Medicine at the request of the Defense Department.