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FOX6 interviewed former Green Bay Packer George Koonce and Dr. Michael McCrea, two of the panelists at the College of Health Science’s Marquette Presents Series on concussions and sports-related mild traumatic brain injury.
In this episode, Hackie Reitman, MD. speaks with David A. Grant, the founder and publisher of TBI HOPE Magazine. David is a brain injury survivor that has dedicated his life to being an advocate for [More]
https://brainlaw.com/brain-injuries/ | What happens if the frontal lobe is damaged? Well, the brain is comprised of four different lobes. There’s a frontal lobe, the temporal lobes, the parietal lobes, and the occipital lobe. Each of [More]
Neurological conditions can lead to subtle signs that make it difficult to distinguish between different conditions. The difference between rigidity and spasticity is an important distinction to make in the context of neurological pathology. In [More]
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On the occasion of Brain Injury Awareness Month, Dr. Varun Bhargava, Sr. Consultant Neurosurgeon at Kailash Hospital talks about head injury, related complications & emergency treatment options. According to the doctor, generally, head injuries are [More]
Acquired brain injury has been linked to suicide attempts. Additionally, ABI can occur as a result of suicide attempts. This presentation will seek to untangle some of the complexities of this relationship. Presenter: Dr. Matthew [More]
Dr. Julie discusses the changes one of our patient’s has experienced since beginning vision therapy for traumatic brain injury, TBI. Vision For Life Works is located in Glen Carbon, IL. We work with children and [More]
NFL and other football players’ brains are discussed by Ann McKee, MD, Chief Neuropathologist of New England VAs. EPSCoR is the project’s funder. EPSCoR, the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, is designed to fulfill [More]
http://triangletbiconcussiondoctor.com Dr. David Clark, DC–Raleigh Durham Chapel Hill Concussion expert – explains in plain English what parts of the brain are damaged when Concussion symptoms don’t go away. He also shares the 2 groups of [More]
A series of talks followed by a general audience Q&A. First, Dr. Noah Haber (UNC Chapel Hill) presents a meta-perspective on how health science research has evolved time, and how this has impacted our understanding [More]
Over 75% of traumatic brain injuries are so-called mild injuries (mTBIs), often known as concussions. Most people recover completely and are fully functional within two weeks. In about ten percent of cases, however, and especially [More]
The medical director of the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache and chief medical officer of the New England Institute for Clinical Research detailed the lack awareness and options for those who suffer from [More]
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