- Be able to know important aspects of the parient-practitioner relationship in treating brain injury
- Learn key diagnostics and pattern differentiation in brain injury cases
- Feel comfortable forming a basic treatment plan for patients with brain injury
- Develop foundational knowledge of brain injuries and their affect
0 hrs - 15 min
Define TBI/ABI and statistics
15 min - 30 min
Common complaints and symptomology
30 min - 45 min
The patient/practitioner relationship working with TBI patients
45 min - 1 hrs
Relevant pathogenic factors to look for in TBI
1 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Pattern differentiation and associated treatment approaches
1.5 hrs - 2 hrs
Neuropathology in brain injuries
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Taught by Douglas Wingate
Douglas Wingate has has been in practice since 2011 in Portland, Oregon and began working in the Oregon Health & Science University hospital in 2018. He specializes in the treatment of neurological conditions including acute & chronic pain, stroke, PTSD, concussion, and traumatic brain injuries.View full bio