Brenden admits to raging at his wife and children and says he’s ready and willing to change. He says he blames his outbursts on overwhelming anxiety, which began when he was young and intensified when he was in the Marines. Brenden says he has seen numerous doctors and tried everything short of getting a brain scan to get to the cause of his anxiety and rage, but so far, nothing has helped get to the root of the problem. Brandon visits internationally recognized Neuroradiologist Dr. Bradley Jabour, CEO and Chief of Radiology at Medical Imaging Center of Southern California. Following a series of scans, Dr. Jabour discusses his findings and says there is evidence of several areas of scar tissue in the right frontal lobe of Brenden’s brain. “Somebody should sit with Brenden and try to find out when did he get hit on the head or knocked unconscious - possibly something that he doesn’t remember,” says Dr. Jabour in the video above. Does Dr. Jabour say that the scar tissue on Brenden’s brain could be contributing to his anxiety and behavioral patterns? And later, what treatments does Dr. Jabour suggest Brenden pursue to help treat his brain injury? This episode of Dr. Phil, “’ My Husband Rages’,” airs Tuesday. Check your local listing to find out where to watch. WATCH: Dad Of Three Admits His Anxiety And Anger ‘Definitely Affects The Children’ TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: "Dr. Phil, please solve our conflict!"