Management of Headache Following Concussion/Mild TBI: Guidance for Primary Care Management in Deployed and Non-Deployed Settings Clinical Suite
Learn about post-traumatic headache (PTH) statistics, common symptoms and helpful resources like this suite that can help clinical providers assess and manage the care of patients with TBI.
The Management of Headache Following Concussion/Mild TBI product suite consists of a clinical recommendation, clinical support tool, training guide, fact sheet and interactive clinical support tool. As headache is the most common symptom reported following a concussion, also known as a mild TBI, this product suite is intended to guide health care providers in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of PTH.
This suite supports Defense Department TBI policy and represents the latest state-of-the-science as it relates to PTH. Products were created following a review of published literature; compilation of expert contributions from the field; and through work with clinical subject matter experts representing the academic, research, military and civilian sectors.
|Clinical Recommendation||1||A narrative document that outlines the assessment and management of headache following mild TBI and includes specific recommendations about how health care providers can help patients manage pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment of PTH.|
|Clinical Support Tool||1||Pocket-sized reference card that details the algorithmic approach for health care providers to use in assessing and managing PTH following mild TBI.|
|Training Slides||Download only||Presentation that educates health care providers about the intent of and how to use products in the suite (includes knowledge tests and case studies).|
|Fact Sheet||1||Double-sided handout for mild TBI patients regarding the basics of headache to include triggers, non-drug treatments and resources.|
|Interactive Clinical Support Tool||N/A||This interactive clinical support tool offers providers a step-by-step, easy-to-follow process to determine the type of headache following mild TBI.|