PART ONE, Gary W. Jay, M.D., DAAPM
What is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?
Epidemiology and Causation
The Post-Concussion Syndrome
Clinical Aspects of MTBI
Clinical and Neuropsychological Aspects: Things to Look For
Interdisciplinary Evaluation of MTBI
Interdisciplinary Treatment of MTBI
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Treatment Paradigms, Richard S. Goka, M.D.
The Physical Therapy Evaluation, Denise Baugh, P.T.
Acquired Brain Injury and the Speech-Language Pathologist: A Primer for the SLP Entering the Brain Injury Industry, Pamela A. Law, CBIS/CI-CE, CCC-SLP
Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Treatment of the Brain Injured Patient, Stacy Rogers, OT
Neuropsychology for the Non-Neuropsychologist: Special Guidance for Working with Persons with MTBI, Karen E. Lee, Psy.D. and Richard H. Cox, Ph.D., M.D., ABRP, ABPP
Auditory/Vestibular Symptoms, Evaluation, and Medico-Legal Considerations, Edward J. Jacobson, Ph.D., DABFE, DABFM
Vision Function, Examination, and Rehabilitation in Patients Suffering From Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, Thomas Politzer, O.D., FCOVD, FAAO
Pertinent Legal Aspects of MTBI, Michael Sawaya