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U.S. Army vets file suit after they say army fails to recognize mental health conditions

Two Army veterans who fought in Afghanistan and Iraq filed a federal lawsuit Monday against the U.S. Army. The lawsuit claims the Army has issued “less-than-honorable” discharges for potentially thousands of soldiers and other service members without adequately determining whether or not they suffer from mental health conditions such as traumatic brain injury and post […]

By | April 27th, 2017|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on U.S. Army vets file suit after they say army fails to recognize mental health conditions

New helmet may help diagnose brain injuries

A new helmet device could help doctors to diagnose traumatic brain injury. An article in the Smithsonian explained that the helmet will aid doctors in discerning between strokes that block blood flow and ones that involve bleeding. Because the helmet can determine if there’s bleeding in the brain, doctors could also use the helmet to […]

By | April 3rd, 2017|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on New helmet may help diagnose brain injuries

Proper evaluation necessary with head injury

Neuropsychologists with Bancroft NeuroRehab in Mount Laurel, NJ are reminding folks that a proper evaluation following a head injury – such as a concussion – is important. The group is spreading awareness as part of National Brain Injury Awareness Month, which is in March. According to an article by the Courier Post, more than 5 […]

By | March 17th, 2017|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on Proper evaluation necessary with head injury

New system helps recognize TBI in soldiers

Soldiers on the battle field face an array of dangers, one of which can be invisible. But thanks to a new device at the forefront of technological advances, the developed portable system will be able to measure the impact of an explosion and help doctors establish injury thresholds for the brain. According to an article […]

By | January 25th, 2017|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on New system helps recognize TBI in soldiers

Researcher awarded grant to research TBI

A Dallas researcher was recently awarded a $2.7 million grant from the Department of Defense (DoD) under the Joint Warfighter Medical Research Program. According to a press release published Jan. 11 – about the grant money – Dr. Daniel Krawczyk, deputy director of the Center for BrainHealth at UT Dallas was awarded the funds to fund […]

By | January 21st, 2017|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on Researcher awarded grant to research TBI

New technology aimed at preventing traumatic brain injury

Head injuries are always a concern when it comes to impact sports. A new tool is now being used to gauge the speed and force of impacts sustained in competitive sports that researchers hope will one day help prevent future traumatic brain injuries. “Anyone who has seen the 2015 biographical sports drama, Concussion, featuring Will […]

By | November 21st, 2016|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on New technology aimed at preventing traumatic brain injury

Research shows concussions can cause long-term effects

There’s always risk with any activity. Of course the risk is greater when an activity involves an impact sport or is high risk – such as rock climbing, skateboarding or racing. And according to an article in the Hillsboro Tribune, all active sports, not just football, involve injuries — bruises, sprains, lacerations, dislocations and broken […]

By | November 16th, 2016|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache, Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Research shows concussions can cause long-term effects

Wisconsin vet trains shelter dogs for wounded veterans

A veteran who lost part of both of his legs when an improvised explosive device (IED) exploded while he was on patrol in Afghanistan has benefited from a non-profit out of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin that connects trained dogs with veterans who may suffer from traumatic brain injury or post traumatic stress disorder. An article by […]

By | October 16th, 2016|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on Wisconsin vet trains shelter dogs for wounded veterans

Researchers discover common thread that causes damage in both stroke and TBI patients

Researchers at Johns Hopkins have recently discovered a protein at the end of a molecular chain of events when dealing with brain cell death from strokes and other injuries and diseases such as Alzheimer’s. According to an article in Med India, the protein delivers the fatal strike to patients by carving up a cell’s DNA. […]

By | October 13th, 2016|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on Researchers discover common thread that causes damage in both stroke and TBI patients

Post-Traumatic Headache After an Accident

Post-Traumatic Headache After an Accident | Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney Randy Rozek In this video, Brain Injury Attorney Randy Rozek explains what to do if you are suffering from post-traumatic headache following an accident. Following trauma to the head or neck, the most common symptom of pain for the individual is a post-traumatic headache. It’s […]

By | August 29th, 2016|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on Post-Traumatic Headache After an Accident

Army Veteran with TBI Paddleboards Thousands of Miles to Help Other Vets

An Army veteran who suffered a brain injury while serving 20 years with Army special forces is paddleboarding some 3,500 miles to raise money for veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries. WLOX reports Josh Collins will average approximately 32 miles a day on his paddleboard with his wife Tonia, who […]

By | April 6th, 2016|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache, Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Army Veteran with TBI Paddleboards Thousands of Miles to Help Other Vets

Why the High Suicide Rates for Females in the Military?

According to new research, females in the US military have a suicide rate that is up to six times higher than what you might find with the civilian women. While men in the military still have a higher rate than women, the suicide rates among females has gone so high that it has approached the […]

By | November 27th, 2015|Categories: General, Mild Brain Injury, Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on Why the High Suicide Rates for Females in the Military?

Sanders Claims 500,000 Troops Came Back with PTSD

After discussing the involvement of the military within the Middle Eastern region and foreign policy, Bernie Sanders spun the conversation to caring for American veterans. He started with an alarming statistic that found that more than 500,000 military veterans have suffered from a brain injury or PTSD. Sanders went on to say how these are […]

By | November 25th, 2015|Categories: Mild Brain Injury, Post-Traumatic Headache|Comments Off on Sanders Claims 500,000 Troops Came Back with PTSD

75% of Wounded Vets Suffer from Brain Injury and PTSD

According to a survey that the Wounded Warrior Project sponsored, more than 75 percent of wounded veterans suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. Steve Nardizzi, the organization’s chief executive officer, said that 23,000 veterans answered the survey, which made it the largest data collection since 9/11 for wounded veterans. The annual survey has shown that the […]

By | November 14th, 2015|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache, Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on 75% of Wounded Vets Suffer from Brain Injury and PTSD

Fighting Depression and Anxiety While Having a Traumatic Brain Injury

Because traumatic brain injury can become a painful and lonely place, a lot of people misunderstand it. Also, no one talks about the problem much, which leads to a lack of awareness. In many cases, the TBI patient feels like no one understands or believes what they are experiencing. For a lot of cases, depression […]

By | October 27th, 2015|Categories: Post-Traumatic Headache, Traumatic Brain Injury|Comments Off on Fighting Depression and Anxiety While Having a Traumatic Brain Injury

Concussion Headaches Following an Accident

Concussions are defined as a condition resulting from a blow to the head which can be caused by sports injuries, falls, construction site accidents, impact received in fights or any minor head injury. Concussions are also commonly caused by automobile and biking accidents. A concussion can affect memory, judgment, reflexes, speech, balance, and muscle coordination. […]

Chronic Pain And Depression Medication

Persistent pain can cause depression or make it worse in those who are already depressed. This is haunting news for those injured in an accident by a negligent party. In my 14 years of representing the injured, I can not express how many times I have witnessed a doctor, insurance agent, defense lawyer and jury […]

Chronic Pain Tracker

Another great mobile tool I have come across that can help injury victims track their chronic pain to better communicate with their doctors. The description below is written by the publisher Chronic Stimulation, LLC : Chronic Pain is one of the most pervasive and most costly diseases in the World. Millions of people suffer with […]

Personal Injury? 5 Ways To Get Your Doctor’s Attention

Many doctors are not great listeners. Some may simply be too busy. Others may not want to get involved in a personal injury case. The bottom line is that many doctors fail to properly document their patients’ injuries. The following list provides some guidance on what to say to doctors in order to get their […]

Pain Diary For Your Injury

A pain diary (ofter known as a “headache journal” or “migraine journal”) can become a critical piece of evidence in a personal injury case. Insurance companies regularly use stall tactics to delay payment of claims, especially in serious injury cases, in the hopes that the injury victim will not be able to specifically recall the […]