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All Brain Injury Articles

Learn how sports-related brain trauma from repeated concussions can produce long-term pain and dysfunctions, including insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
Traumatic brain injury, or concussion, can leave a person with lifelong symptoms. In this segment, specialists in 3 areas discuss TBI-induced cellular damage to the brain and the management of its sequalae.
Dr. John Claude Krusz discusses the biomechanics and pathophysiology of traumatic brain injuries, as well as their symptoms: post-concussion syndrome, post-traumatic headache, and migraine.
Dr. Forest Tennant delves into Elvis Presley's medical records to uncover underlying head trauma, autoimmune disease, and pain that may have contributed to his untimely death.
The primary focus when helping traumatic brain injury pain patients should be understanding the diagnoses, recognizing pain, assisting with pain relief, and providing the opportunity to improve function.
This article explains how chronic pain can cause brain atrophy, and altered neurochemistry and sensory function of the central nervous system.
Most, if not all, post-concussion symptoms are quite treatable and can often make a dramatic difference in the quality of life for a chronic pain patient recovering from traumatic brain injury.
Case presentation of a US veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom following injuries from two consecutive Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs).
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