March is National Brain Injury Awareness month Detroit, Michigan, March 1, 2021 – Although football takes a back seat to baseball in the Spring, one topic continues to draw attention to the gridiron: concussions on the football field. This attention seems especially timely as the State of Michigan, and the rest of the country, observes
NOVI, MICHIGAN, July 28, 2020 – With continuing safety equipment improvements and a lower number of kids playing contact sports, especially tackle football, the rate of emergency room visits for traumatic brain and other head injuries dropped 32% from 2012 to 2018, according to a new study published in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s weekly report. “This is
Novi, MI, August 27 – Some 42 former professional athletes suffering from the results of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) that occurred during their playing careers will participate in a groundbreaking research project to help them eliminate the lasting effects of their injuries.
The Center for Neurological Studies & the “CNS Warriors” Hockey Team Celebrate the 2018 USA Hockey National Champion Disabled Veterans Hockey Title At the 12th Annual “Tips-Up for Troops” Kensington Metropark, Brighton, Michigan – Saturday, June 9th, 2018 What is Tips-Up for Troops? Veterans and families enjoy an “All American” picnic as we show support
Novi, Michigan, April 11 – A Novi-based team of combat injured and disabled veterans, mostly from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, won the Divisional national title in the nation’s largest Disabled Hockey Festival in West Dundee, Il. over the past weekend.
Better Diagnosis of Military Brain Injuries, for Better Treatment Novi, MI – Thousands of military men and women involved in the long raging war in the Middle East have arrived home suffering from undiagnosed traumatic brain injuries, the “invisible wound” of battle. These injuries can lead to stress, depression, insomnia, alcoholism, substance abuse and, all
Director Looks Back on Accomplishments DEARBORN, MI – John D. Russell, executive director of the non-profit Center for Neurological Studies (CNS), remembers the moment well. “We had just booked our 100 th client, a woman who had been in a car accident and was flying in from St. Louis to meet with our medical staff.
Novi, MI – Following a powerful lineup of experts, CNS, a Novi-based research and diagnosis based non-profit, presented powerful testimony to The House Committee on their initiative “Hope After Combat.” The program, which includes a 30 to 60-day TBI treatment experience, was developed after seeing the dire need of our veterans had in securing an
CNS Research to be Showcased at TBI Conference Dearborn, MI – Research from the non-profit Center for Neurological Studies (CNS) will be showcased at Arrowhead’s 5th Annual Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Conference next month in Washington, D.C. Featured will be CNS research into tinnitus, rehabilitation, and advanced brain imaging techniques to identify mild-to-moderate TBI. “This
Novi, Mich. – The Center for Neurological Studies (CNS) announces the appointment of Jeff Leighton as Director of Business Development. The announcement was made by CNS CEO John Russell in advance of CNS’s $5 million funding campaign for research into brain injuries and neurological disorders. “This is a turning point for CNS to the benefit