The Rehabilitation and Evaluation Program will develop strategies to more accurately characterize the injury progression across the spectrum of traumatic brain injury (TBI), and will apply rehabilitative medicine approaches to intervene in order to prevent disability and enhance functional capacity on an individual basis.
The Rehabilitation Program's Projects were selected for their potential to produce important information or an innovative treatment approach for those with TBI. An additional objective of the Projects was to eliminate redundancies and maximize the use of resources, as well as foster cross-institutional and multidisciplinary collaborations by combining projects and sharing investigators.
Assess the Application of Haptic Technology to Functional Improvement in TBI
Effects of rapid reciprocal exercise vs. light therapy in TBI & PTSD
Development of a Robotic Telerehabilitation System for Warriors with TBI
Exercise Training, Aerobic Capacity, Fatigue, and Activity Tolerance in TBI
Yadira Del Toro
Safety and Efficacy of the BrainPort™ Balance Device
Novel cognitive rehabilitation approaches for OIF/OEF TBI patients
Exploring the Natural History of TBI within a Military Cohort - A Longitudinal Database and Blood Banking Study
Cognitive AT & Services Delivery for People w/ Moderate TBI
Natural Hx of TBI -Subacute to Chronic Neuroimaging
Epidemiology of Headache Disorders in a Military Cohort With and Without TBI
Computerized Dynamic Posturography in the Military Population
Effects of time varying walking velocity in BWSTT for post TBI