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Ken Falke spent years taking "diver's candy," but after his own injuries were helped by chiropractic care, he became a supporter of alternative medicine. Boulder Crest provides that kind of care to veterans with PTSD.
When I was struck by a teenage driver back in 2010, I sustained a traumatic brain injury. In addition to my TBI, four new letters became forever intertwined with my brain injury: PTSD. Over the years, PTSD has proven to be harder to live with than a brain injury.
Dr. Samantha Backhaus talks about the importance of family involvement in the treatment of someone with brain injury. That involvement can also have a significant impact on the family member's emotional health.