Research shows positive results for Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy in treating Traumatic Brain Injury, but more research is needed

Posted: October 13, 2011 – The Institute of Medicine has released research about specific interventions used in Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy for victims of Traumatic Brain Injury. The project was requested from the Department of Defense to determine if CRT was an effective intervention to help those with TBI recover lost cognitive function.

The IOM concluded that CRT is a promising treatment for TBI, but more research needs to be done to determine the best interventions and approaches to use.

Cogmed has a good research case for treating TBI, and more studies are ongoing.

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