Living in a hell that no one could understand
Embed from Getty Images—On March 30, 1981, twenty-five-year-old John Hinckley, Jr. opened fire as President Reagan was leaving the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC. He fired off six shots, hitting Reagan and Brady, as well as a Secret Service Agent and a Washington police officer.While all survived the shooting, Brady was left permanently disabled…
Lingering headaches made it clear there was a problem. Finding help was the challenge.
I am tired of having to defend what is a beautiful part of my body.
Depression and apathy are symptoms of brain injury, and all too often overlooked and dismissed by the medical community.
Amy Zellmer takes a look at member Paul Bosworth and his work within the the brain injury community.
Dr. Uzma Samadani, M.D., Ph.D. is paving the way for new eye-tracking diagnostic measures after a brain injury.
Medicaid is an American value in action.
Amy Zellmer invites you to join our conversation!
Research will involve international collaborations and diverse participants across a variety of sports.
When you’re looking at a cat, you know it’s a cat, but you can’t come up with the word cat.
Sarah, like most of us, didn’t understand the recovery that was ahead of her, and neither did anyone around her.
Top experts to share latest clinical and technological breakthroughs in concussion management supported by vigorous research.
Amy Zellmer shares the findings of a recent study relating to the differences between how men and women are affected by brain injuries.
Embed from Getty Images—Real Stories of Americans Who Will Be Affected by the Proposed Changes to the ACA — and What YOU Can Do to FightWith the proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), 20 million Americans are at risk of losing their healthcare coverage.A survey, conducted by Brunswick Partners, found that “75 percent of…
No two brain injuries are alike — Amy Zellmer helps us define and understand a traumatic brain injury.