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huffingtonpost.com — “WASHINGTON -- After more than a decade of war, the U.S. military cannot precisely diagnose concussion-related brain injuries resulting from the bomb blasts that are the most common cause of combat casualties. The mechanism of the injury -- how the shock of blast can cause lingering headaches, dizziness, memory loss and insomnia -- is not understood either, according to the Pentagon's top expert on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).” View full resource at huffingtonpost.com
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Dr. Shahal Rozenblatt is a clinical neuropsychologist in New York specializing in the evaluation and treatment of children and adults experiencing problems with their thinking, emotions, behaviors or relationships due to neurological, mental health or learning problems. He also specializes in the assessment of concussion in athletes and is a Certified ImPACT Consultant. In private practice, Dr. Rozenblatt works with children, adolescents and adults who have neurological, psychological and learning problems, providing both assessment services and treatment.