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Biggest Changes and Improvements in DoD and VA TBI Care
Increased awareness of the short- and long-term issues of TBI has helped improve programs for comprehensive TBI screenings and evaluations. But many treatments are still in the research phase.
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Produced by Ashley Gilleland and Victoria Tilney McDonough, BrainLine.
Joel Scholten, MD is associate chief of staff for Rehab Services at the Washington, DC VA Medical Center. He also works in VA Central Office within the PM&R Program Office as the national director of Special Projects.
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