TBI Clinic on Fort Hood

Michael Hales, head nurse and assistant officer-in-charge, points to a dynavision device at the Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic on Thursday afternoon. The dynavision device helps patients with motor impairment increase range of motion, coordination, muscular and physical endurance and motor planning. An expansion is planned at the clinic this year.

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