Check with the Veterans Administration...they can offer counseling and/or medication. He may be able to file for disability if it is proven to be PTSD.
1 Answers · Health · 21/11/2012
1 Answers · Health · 05/09/2006
Is there a VAMC in your area? See if you can get a social worker from there to help you through the process. I hope you will get the support you deserve. Thank You for your service. Good Luck.
1 Answers · Health · 11/08/2009
guess it depends on how serious the injury was ... I had one in 1999, guess around the same time as you ... coma for a week ... short term memory was affected ... currently use devices to help me remember better, like PDA and computer ... also start...
1 Answers · Health · 30/05/2007
...familiar with, either your family doctor, or the doctor who treated you for the TBI. Call their office, speak to the nurse, and explain your concern...
6 Answers · Health · 07/02/2011
As a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Vocational/Emotional/Cognitive counselor, it seems...
4 Answers · Health · 15/05/2009
First of all, it is VERY common for someone with a past TBI to be exhibiting all the behaviors you mention (temper, sexual fixation...
3 Answers · Health · 04/08/2008