4. Difficulty sleeping.
5. LD (math, reading).
Senior in high school symptoms worsened at times of increased academic demands.-
Case 5 (TBI)
A 48-year-old Caucasian male suffered a traumatic brain injury in performance of his profession as a marine engineer. He was released from hospital at the end of the day of injury with diagnosis of "Moderate Concussion"-
For two years following injury he suffered:
1. Episodes of recurrent dizziness
2. Impaired working memory
3. Inability to remember task sequences
4. Unable to read mail or follow customer assignments
5. Profound depression
7. Inability to work-
Twenty-two HEG targeted treatments at Fp1 and F7 designed to improve working memory were implemented.
Three HEG treatments at F8 were then applied following publication of Eisenberger et al. (ibid)-