Imaging for Soldiers


Brain Imaging for Soldiers

Whether you are active duty or a veteran you deserve access to the most advanced services.  If you’ve gone through the traditional medical process and nothing has changed, it’s time to try something different!

Improved Brain Health Starts with Imaging

If you or your loved one are dealing with post-deployment changes in mood, thoughts or behavior, you could be suffering from the effects of an invisible combat wound including PTSD (link to page), Traumatic Brain Injury (link to page) and/or Toxic Brain Injury (link to page).

Experiencing new-onset symptoms or persistent symptoms following a previous diagnosis can leave you feeling out of control, frustrated and hopeless. Because of overlapping symptoms and the limitations of structural imaging modalities, incomplete diagnoses are common, resulting in persistent symptoms due to suboptimal treatment. Imagine knowing the cause of your symptoms and getting the help you need to get your life back on track. Our patients report feeling validated, relieved and hopeful following CereScan’s functional qSPECT® brain diagnostic process.

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CereScan Can Help

What may look like various psychological disorders and/or neurodegenerative problems to a medical provider may actually be a brain injury. However, your provider may not be able to “see” the chronic effects of TBI without the objective evidence provided by qSPECT® imaging.

CereScan’s technology and patented process can “see” what structural imaging often misses.

CereScan® provides clarity around the many disorders that have overlapping symptoms.

We use functional imaging along with your medical history and clinical assessment to help us understand you and your brain.

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Overlapping Symptoms of Invisible Wounds

PTSD, TBI and toxic brain injury symptoms can often the same – such as anxiety, headaches, memory problems, insomnia, and emotional disorders – but the way they affect how your brain functions is completely different. These symptoms can severely affect a veteran’s quality of life and ability to adjust to a non-combat living zone.

  • Foggy thinking

  • Memory Issues or Loss

  • Mood Swings

  • Loss of Coordination

  • Sleep Disturbances

  • Dizziness of Loss of Balance

  • Fatigue

  • Headaches

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