Steinhardt's Voelbel Concludes Diffusion Tensor Technique Identifies Damaged Pathways in Brain Injury Patients; Pinpoints Treatment Options


Following a year-long review of the most significant traumatic brain injury (TBI) research spanning 17 years, Steinhardt's Gerald Voelbel, concludes that the use of the neuroimaging (brain mapping) technique, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), can be used to repair the brain.

Steinhardt's Voebel Concludes Diffusion Tensor Technique Identifies Damaged Pathways in Brain Injury Patients; Pinpoints Treatment Options

Voelbel’s conclusions are highlighted in his recent study, “Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Traumatic Brain Injury Review: Implications for Neurohabilitiation.”

“When someone suffers from a TBI the brain chemicals and pathways are disrupted. The white matter pathways that carry these brain chemicals can be over exc 500

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