Dr. Randall Benson has two conferences scheduled in 2018. On May 8, 2018, Dr. Benson will be speaking at the Frontiers in Advocacy: Traumatic Brain Injury conference in Nashville, TN. In September, Dr. Benson will be speaking at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan conference in Lansing, MI.
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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month Throughout the month of March, our focus is to bring awareness to the impact of brain injuries and provide resources available to those that need them. For more information click here for our spring newsletter. The Center for Neurological Studies is Here to Help. Contact us: 313-228-0930
Military Veterans Hockey Team Takes the Ice in Novi Competitive sports can help recovery from Traumatic Brain Injuries NOVI, MI, Sept. XX — Some tough new competition is taking the ice in the Novi Men’s Hockey League for the 2017-‘18 season. The Lightning, a new team comprised solely of military veterans and their family members,
Dr. Benson will be speaking at BIAMI (Brain Injury Association of Michigan). on Friday September, 15, 2017. About the BIAMI 2017 Conference The BIAMI conference is held in conjunction with the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council. The event is the largest of its kind in the US with over 140 exhibitors and over 1500 attendees expected.
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Tramadol is one of many medicinal treatments for traumatic brain injury patients administered by emergency rooms everywhere. But are the negative effects of Tramadol more detrimental than the benefits? In a study conducted between 2011‐2012 served as preliminary evidence that tramadol may not be the best solution to pain relief in TBI patients. The review
At the Center for Neurological Studies we are dedicated to our veterans achieving a better quality of life. Over 400,000 of America’s veterans suffer from traumatic brain injury. Please donate and share this video with your friends! We NEED your help to dedicate more resources to veterans with brain injury. Oath to My Country Video:
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the debilitating brain disease researchers now know is caused by repetitive brain traumas, has marched its way through the alphabet of contact sports. First was boxing and its generations of ‘punch-drunk’ former boxers. Football was next with the death of Pittsburgh Steelers’ center, Mike Webster from whose brain CTE was first