Case Report of a Patient Presenting With Post-concussion Syndrome and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
A Case Report on the Management of a Patient Presenting With Post-concussion Syndrome and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Using the Upper Cervical Chiropractic Technique
SOURCE: Topics in Integrative Health Care 2015 (Mar 31); 6 (1)
Scott Bales, DC
180 Parsons Rd #11
Introduction: This case report describes the chiropractic management of a patient with a history of multiple mild traumatic brain injuries, using Upper Cervical manipulative technique.
Clinical Features: A 42 year old man presenting with symptoms of post-concussion syndrome, and diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.
Intervention and Outcome: The Kale Upper Cervical Procedure was utilized to assess, monitor, and correct the effects of an upper cervical subluxation in a patient over an 8 week period. The patient reported significant improvement in symptoms of post- concussion syndrome, and small positive improvements in PTSD symptoms. Follow up at 11 months showed continued improvement in most symptoms.