Many people with traumatic brain injury have headaches for some time after their injury. This comic talks about headache symptoms that often occur after a traumatic brain injury.
Headaches can get in the way of everyday activities. The infocomic includes information about four different types of headaches that people experience after TBI:
- Migraine headaches
- Tension headaches
- Cervicogenic headaches
- Rebound headaches
It also explains how you can track your headaches and work with your doctor to manage and prevent your head pain.
Information Source of TBI and Headaches Infocomic
The TBI and Headaches infocomic is based on the factsheet Headaches after TBI. This factsheet was developed by Kathleen R. Bell, MD, Jeanne Hoffman, PhD, and Thomas Watanabe, MD, in collaboration with the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center.
Related Resources for TBI and Headaches
For related resources, visit our page about headaches and TBI.