Deployment-Related Traumatic Brain Injury and Co-Occurring Conditions

What You'll Find Here


Introduction to Deployment-Related Traumatic Brain Injury and Co-Occurring Conditions

About this online course, what you will learn, and the five guiding principles for treating the symptoms or co-occurring conditions that may accompany brain injury and post-traumatic stress.


Sleep and Brain Injury

Sleep problems are among the most common symptoms that can accompany service-related concussion.  Learn how to identify and treat sleep problems associtated with TBI and PTSD.


Managing Crises and Stress Effectively

Learn about the changes in mood and emotions, depression, anxiety, irritability often accompany concussion.

Pain & Headache

How Brain Injury Can Exacerbate Physical Pain and What to Do About It

Chronic pain is the most common presenting symptom  for long-lasting effects of a service-related concussion. Learn about pain diagnosis, treatment and the three stages of pain recovery.

Substance Use

Dealing with Alcohol and Drugs

Returning service members have a higher rate of alcohol and substance use than Americans of the same age who have not seen combat. One of the contributing factors may be self-medication for brain injury and/or post-traumatic stress.