Student Information

Mubina MerchantFollow

Faculty

Engineering

Supervisor Name

Haojie Mao

Keywords

TBI; HBOT; TMS; MCN; Neurofeedback; EEG; mTBI; TBI recovery; non-invasive; treating TBI

Description

Traumatic brain injuries manifest when large amounts of energy are transferred from the direct contact of the head against a surface or an alternative force. These head injuries are projected to be amongst the most common neurological conditions affecting Canadians by 2031. TBIs can cause a wide range of health concerns in patients that can affect both their physical and mental states, hindering with their ability to continue daily life normally in the long-term; therefore, it is necessary for people to use the various non-invasive methods that can assist in recovering from them; neurofeedback, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, and transcranial magnetic stimulation are technologies that assist in recovering from symptoms of TBIs.

Acknowledgements

Dr. Haojie Mao

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Document Type

Poster

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Non-invasive techniques of coping with TBI

Traumatic brain injuries manifest when large amounts of energy are transferred from the direct contact of the head against a surface or an alternative force. These head injuries are projected to be amongst the most common neurological conditions affecting Canadians by 2031. TBIs can cause a wide range of health concerns in patients that can affect both their physical and mental states, hindering with their ability to continue daily life normally in the long-term; therefore, it is necessary for people to use the various non-invasive methods that can assist in recovering from them; neurofeedback, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, and transcranial magnetic stimulation are technologies that assist in recovering from symptoms of TBIs.

 

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