Shopping at ALDI can be good for your brain.
You do not need to be flexible to enjoy the benefits of yoga.
—For Kelly Lang of Leesburg, Virginia, a car accident on November 27, 2001 changed her and her family’s life.Kelly was about a mile from home, taking her daughter to rehearsal for the “Nutcracker” when she was rear-ended at a stoplight. The car hit two other vehicles before hitting hers, pushing her car about 60 feet…
This is going to take a long-term commitment.
What can you do when people accuse you of faking a medical condition?
—With the holidays upon us, many traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors will find themselves facing more overstimulation than normal, which can cause additional brain fatigue and stress — as well as causing fear, panic, and anxiety to set it in in some situations.Overstimulation and fatigue are two of the most common symptoms amongst concussion and…
“An interdisciplinary, integrated team approach can play a vital role in rehabilitation of concussion patients.”
There is hope for those with a traumatic brain injury. Amy Zellmer shares her experience.
I am tired of having to defend what is a beautiful part of my body.
With only 30 of these devices available throughout the world, Midwest Functional Neurology Center (MFNC) is excited to be the very first in Minnesota and only second in the Midwest (after Chicago) to add this life-changing modality into their clinic. Helping as many patients as they can who are struggling with lingering neurological symptoms, along with helping athletes…
Despite our deficits, we all have amazing strengths, and when we work together we can make an even bigger impact on the brain injury community.
Living in a hell that no one could understand
Embed from Getty Images—There has been a lot of criticism of the Netflix Original “13 Reasons Why” television series, some stating that the show glamorizes and sensationalizes suicide, while others feel that it is too graphic.(Spoiler alert: I make reference to one of the critical scenes, so stop reading now and bookmark this to come…
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.
“Haters gonna hate” is a colloquial saying that the Urban Dictionary defines as: people who don’t like you will always find a reason to dislike you, no matter how stupid the reason may be.