Neck pain after concussion is a very common symptom. If you suffer from neck pain, learning about the muscles and nerves that may be causing the pain in this episode may be very helpful for you.
Post-concussion syndrome essentially is a concussion that’s been taking longer to heal. On this page, you find a lot of materials that help you understand concussion syndrome, how it works, why it’s such a hard diagnosis for doctors to help you with, and what YOU can do about it. Because take it from someone who made a full recovery after doctors said her brain injury was beyond repair: you can recover!
Concussion biomarkers are needed. Eric Thelin takes us on a deep dive into the realm of concussion biomarkers.
In this second episode with Eric Thelin, we will discover how he is developing a checklist for Swedish GPs to help them know better what to do with patients after sustaining a concussion.
Eric Thelin is knee-deep in traumatic brain injury research. He and his colleagues are developing a way to provide better concussion care from the first moment a patient sees a doctor. Have a listen!
Concussion and stress are interrelated. Professor Tenovuo highlights 3 major sources of stress for patients with lingering concussion symptoms and shares that post-concussion depression is a normal phenomenon.
Professor Tenovuo shares how the term ‘post-concussion syndrome’ confuses patients and doctors alike, and learn why it is better to say post-concussion symptoms.
In this second Concussion Stories episode with Dr. Zasler, we are zooming in on post-concussion headaches. Dr. Zasler has years of experience and has seen an incredible amount of patients with headaches post-concussion throughout his career.
CENTER-TBI is one of the largest research projects studying traumatic brain injuries worldwide. I visited their 2022 convention in Antwerp (Belgium) and this is my review.
Get to know some of the researchers behind one of the largest study groups researching traumatic brain injuries worldwide: CENTER-TBI.
Mild traumatic brain injury (concussion) is underemphasized in patient care and research. That needs to change, top researchers say.
Learn why you may feel your doctor doesn’t understand what’s going on with you and what YOU can do yourself to move forward with your concussion recovery.
In this epic Concussion Stories conversation with Emeritus Professor Andrew Maas, Melanie experiences the medical acknowledgment that she always missed.
After a negative concussion CT scan, you may certainly experience post-concussion symptoms. You’re not crazy! Read this blog post to understand.
What happens when you get a concussion, biologically? …Easy to understand, please! Read this illustrated blog post to finally get why you have symptoms.
Knowing about the long-term effects of concussions would have pushed me to create a constructive recovery plan for myself. I want to help you do that.
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