Head injuries and concussions have a history of being healed using homeopathic medicine in the United States since the mid-1800’s. The topic of traumatic brain injury has been in the national spotlight recently, with the NFL policy on football concussions and the sufferings of returning war veterans, which has been described as a ‘tsunami’ of marines with concussions. The symptoms experienced have been documented to include suicidal depression, impaired cognitive functioning, memory loss, and more seriously, Alzheimer’s dementia, and neurological symptoms resembling Parkinson’s disease.

On CBS, 60 minutes aired the segment, The Invisible Wounds of War, May 5, 2013. The program showed returning soldiers from Iraq suffering from chronic effects of concussions. Construction industry philanthropist, Arnold Fisher was interviewed as he is raising funds for and building 10 state of the art advanced brain injury and PTSD facilities, called the National Intrepid Centers for Excellence. While great advances are being made in the diagnosis of head injury, there appears to be a great need for effective curative treatment.

Homeopathic medicine is recognized in our nation’s history at the Smithsonian Museum with a homeopathy exhibit in Washington DC. In the 1800’s, there were homeopathic medical colleges in America and Pres. Abraham Lincoln supported homeopathic medicine. Many practicing homeopathic medical doctors have successfully treated head injuries, a number of which have been documented in text and journals going back from the 1800’s to early 1900’s. Amongst them, distinguished physicians such as Constantine Hering and James Tyler Kent. Dr. Kent was the professor at the Hahnemann & Dunham medical colleges in Chicago. They cured traumatic brain injuries with homeopathy.

Some of the benefits of homeopathic medicine are that it acts deeply and rapidly. Homeopathic medicine has no side effects. And homeopathic medicines are highly economical. The U.S. government, military, and medical brain injury specialists might consider looking back into early American history. There they will find a treasure of natural, safe, and highly effective homeopathic therapeutics for treating traumatic brain injuries at the cost of several small copper coins a day having Pres. Abraham Lincoln on them.

The Acupuncture & Wellness Clinic of Jonathan Breslow has been providing homeopathic consultations since 1985 and extends an open invitation to concussion injured war veterans, with or without PTSD, to experience the benefits of homeopathy first hand.