Visualizing the Invisible Wounds of War: mTBI & PTSD



IDGA Editor
01/16/2013

There is a correlation between trauma and the ‘invisible wounds of war’. The U.S has deployed about two million services members to the middle east, of that, it is estimated (by the RAND corporation) that 20-35% suffer some form of traumatic brain injury and/or PTSD. Professor Jeffrey Lewine, Translational Neuroscience, The Mind Research Network, explores the ‘out of the box’ treatment solutions for addressing the invisible wounds of war, and speaks about how the PTSD mind differs from a healthy mind (it always thinks in ‘danger-mode’ for example). Watch now…

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There is a correlation between trauma and the ‘invisible wounds of war’. The U.S has deployed about two million services members to the middle east, of that, it is estimated (by the RAND corporation) that 20-35% suffer some form of traumatic brain injury and/or PTSD. Professor Jeffrey Lewine, Translational Neuroscience, The Mind Research Network, explores the ‘out of the box’ treatment solutions for addressing the invisible wounds of war, and speaks about how the PTSD m...
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