According to the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) factsheet on Headaches After Traumatic Brain Injury, headache is one of the most common symptoms after a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and headaches can continue long after someone has gone through rehabilitation and recovery. The factsheet describes the different kinds of headaches someone with a TBI might experience and what might trigger a headache or migraine, such as medication, stress, or caffeine.
TBI Factsheet Infocomic
This information is also available in graphic form in MSKTC's TBI and Headaches Infocomic. The comic includes a headache diary a person can use to help identify triggers and find solutions to manage the pain. This information may be helpful to anyone who experiences migraines or headaches, not just TBI survivors.