According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were 2.5 million emergency room visits, hospitalizations, or deaths associated with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in 2010 (CDC, 2015). The problem of TBI in children and athletes is receiving increasing attention, as it becomes clearer that participation in sport, especially football and soccer, can easily produce lifelong cognitive deficits. In 2009, over 248,000 children (age 19 or younger) visited the emergency room for sports- or recreation-based concussion or TBI (CDC, 2015).

The application of neurofeedback for postconcussion syndrome (PCS) or TBI is increasingly accepted. In an article posted by the International Brain Injury Association, Hammond (2012) reviewed the growing evidence on neurofeedback and concluded that neurofeedback has practical value for remediating symptoms of both open and closed head injuries. The current revision of the volume, Evidence-Based Treatment in Biofeedback and Neurofeedback (Tan & Shaffer, in...

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