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In this installment of the Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute (SKSI) webinar series, Stephanie Orient, M.S., OTR/L, CPAM, CBIS, explores the prevalence and prognosis of cognitive deficits post-stroke, as well as best practice and limitations in [More]
Brain injury can change what we see. This recovery@home video part of the “Cognitive changes after brain injury” series by professor Jon Evans explores perception as a cognitive process. #SameYouCharity #cognition #perception #RecoveryAtHome
Professor Skye McDonald from the University of New South Wales provides an overview of her research and its aims within the field of social cognition as it relates to brain injury. For more information or [More]
This week on Seizing Life® we speak with Dr. Alice Lam about the potential impacts of seizures on cognition, and memory. We discuss the possible short-term and long-term effects of epilepsy on cognition and memory, [More]
Blake and I discuss the symptoms of TES/CTE and what is necessary to meet the criteria used to diagnose a patient with TES or CTE. This condition is a result of multiple mild traumatic brain [More]
YogaSix in the South Hills is expanding the studio’s inclusivity and accessibility to people living with traumatic brain injuries.
Neuropsychology defined. How does it differ from clinical psychology, neurology, and neuropsychiatry? Interview with Neuropsychologist Arnold Purisch, PhD  See full interview : https://youtu.be/iZ9y0NypCb0 Dr. Dan Gardner’s YouTube and Podcast channels do NOT offer medical advice. [More]
Cognitive skills can be relearned with a structured rehab plan of strategies and repetition.
Improvement in cognition, mobility, and fatigue following perispinal etanercept treatment by Dr. Tobinick 4 years after traumatic brain injury (TBI). Filmed December 23, 2022, at the Institute of Neurological Recovery (INR®) in Boca Raton, Florida. [More]
This video describes how a total or partial lack of oxygen to the brain causes an acquired brain injury. This type of Acquired Brain Injury is Non-Traumatic, but it is often part of the secondary [More]
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http://braininjuryhelp.com 1-800-992-9447 http://www.tbilaw.com This video was made for our TBI Voices project. We interviewed thirty real life survivors of brain injury. In these interviews we talked to the survivors about how they became brain injured [More]
Looking for cutting-edge brain injury treatment? Look no further than Cognitive FX in Provo, Utah. Since 2014, we’ve been providing exceptional care with roots in research dating back to 2005. Our unique approach, which includes [More]
After someone experiences a traumatic brain injury (TBI), noticeable changes in walking, going up-and-down the stairs, and navigating around the home may be seen. Physical therapy helps to create and achieve goals to get back [More]
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