Physiotherapists (or physical therapists) work with patients to help them enhance or restore function, walk and move freely after injury, recover mobility after illness, or manage chronic diseases. (from www.bcphysio.org)
Doctor's are trying non-pharmacologic treatments to help patients suffering from post-traumatic headaches get better.
1.7 million people every year are affected by Traumatic Brain Injury in the US. Post-traumatic headaches are the leading complaint among Traumatic Brain Injury sufferers. With no FDA approved medication or professional guidelines to treat the condition, doctors have turned to cognitive behavioural therapy, biofeedback, progressive muscle relaxation therapy and other forms of non-pharmacologic treatment.