More than 50 million suffer from traumatic brain injury each year and 50%-90% of patients with mild traumatic brain injury go unidentified or undiagnosed[1,2]. No one purposely leaves a traumatic brain injury untreated. Unfortunately, it is hard to diagnose symptoms in the beginning and know what symptoms the patients may suffer. Also many of the symptoms with traumatic brain injury can be misdiagnosed for other symptoms. This delays the detection, and hence the treatment. That is why traumatic brain injury is associated with a very mortality and disability rate. WHO predicts that TBI will be the leading cause of disability in the world by 2020.