Category Archives: Concussion/Brain Injury

BNA Concussion Study

Learn more about the exciting concussion study Noran is participating in as discussed on WCCO last night. http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2013/11/19/150-minn-youth-hockey-players-participating-in-concussion-study/

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Concussions/TBI, a Q&A with Adam Todd, MD

Dr  AdamTodd earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota. He completed his neurology residency and an additional year of fellowship traning in clinical neurophysiology (EMG and EEG) at the University of Minnesota.   How do you know you … Continue reading

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Migraine Headaches

What is a migraine? A migraine is identified by a throbbing or aching pain, usually on one side of the head. It is associated with irritability, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea and vomiting.  Women are three times more likely … Continue reading

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Traumatic Brain Injury resources for injury in children, sports, and the elderly

TBI’s happen in all age groups, from a variety of causes, and impacts individuals in a spectrum of ways.  However, there are certain considerations that can be applied to some unique groups, such as the impact of TBI on learning and school … Continue reading

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Which Helmet for Which Activity

With the nice weather and summer months approaching find out why it is important to wear a helmet to protect from a head or brain injury. All helmets are not the same; fine out which one is the right one … Continue reading

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Living with Brain Injury

Did you know that the leading cause of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is falls (35.2%) followed by motor vehicle crashes (17.3%)? Every TBI is unique and the effects and consequences can vary in each individual who sustains a brain injury….read … Continue reading

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TBI and the Healing Power of Art

“Whack’ed” Exhibit Artist Featured on CNN A journalist shares her story of how she survived and thrived after a life changing bicycle accident. Art and painting helped her work through and conquer the consequences of a traumatic brain injury….read on … Continue reading

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Senior Fall Prevention

Do you have an elderly relative or friend that is unsteady or has balance problems? A fall and blow to the head can be serious and have lasting effects. Learn how to prevent falls at home and in daily life…. … Continue reading

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What is Neurology?

Many neurology patients don’t realize the full extent of what neurology covers.  Neurology is the field of medicine that studies the nervous system – the brain, spinal cord and the body’s complex network of nerves.  Illness or injury can affect … Continue reading

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Personal Seizure Diary

This personal seizure diary can be used to track your seizure activity.  Recording this information is helpful to your physician as part of your treatment plan.  Feel free to print as many copies as you need. SEIZURE DIARY

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