Recall A Time Feeling Better Than You Do Now?

 Loss of optimal functioning may be experienced as a result of a variety of reasons. Hereditary conditions, head traumas, stroke, and of course, chronic stress, all give rise to a subset of symptoms such as brain fog, fatigue, depression, hyperactivity, lack of motivation, and...
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Thursday Night Doctor Talks–Series 7–Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

Caused by repeated brain injuries, CTE is becoming an ever-increasing “hot topic” in medicine. This condition is not only a concern for athletes in high contact sports that have experienced frequent concussions, but those who have served in the armed forces as well.  A discussion...
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Brain Injury Tool Kit

Despite the presence of 8 cranial bones that serve to aid in the protection of the most stress-vulnerable organ in the body, the brain is no stranger to injury. Be it a mild bump on the head or a blunt trauma with or without loss of consciousness, one thing is for certain:...
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