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Little Roy's Next Surgery

Well, they finally scheduled Little Roy’s next surgery for November 4, 2014.

With the bone flap resorbing into his little body, leaving a rim of susceptible brain tissue exposed beneath skin and lining, our fantastic neurosurgeon, Dr. 344 more words

Little Roy

This Book Has IMPACT

Full disclosure – I’m not a big fan of football. Never have been. But I know lots of people love the sport. Really, LOVE it. Can’t get enough of it. 438 more words

Nonfiction Titles

Vietnam's Head Trauma Legacy

Vietnam’s Neuroscientific Legacy

By Emily Anthes

In 1967, William F. Caveness, a neurologist and veteran of the Korean War, began building a registry of living soldiers who had suffered head trauma in Vietnam. 1,377 more words


Life...Death & One More To Go!

I must admit-life or death, has been a constant thought of mine. Since sustaining my head injury, I’ve had an overwhelming anxiety, and fascination with death. 255 more words

Brain Injury

Veteran With Traumatic Brain Injury Heals

Nebraska veteran who suffered traumatic brain injury couldn’t heal until he shed his shame


Physical therapist Daina Podraza makes note of Ryan Sharp’s balance abilities during a session at the Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in Lincoln that involved the use of a computerized exercise machine. 2,243 more words


Tree of Life: Giving People with Brain Injuries Hope and a Future

The Health Journal /Published 2010 / By Karen Haywood Queen

When “Lisa” came to Tree of Life in 2002, she drank too much, needed psychiatric care for depression, could not walk up steps or on uneven ground, had gained 50 pounds and needed 24-7 care because of her brain injury, suffered in a car accident. 858 more words

Sample Articles

The certainty of uncertainty

In my ongoing quest to get to the bottom of my annoyingly reduced sleep, I received the results of a recent MRI of my brain when I visited my family doctor yesterday and the report was clearly not written for me to comprehend.  351 more words