The Forefront of Brain Injury Diagnosis
Contact us today to learn more about the most recent advances in the objectifying and diagnosing of mild traumatic brain injury.
The Center for Neurological Studies (CNS) and its Medical Director Dr. Randall Benson are transforming the lives of people with neurobehavioral disorders.
Have you ever struggled to find a diagnosis for an impaired person?
CNS has an unprecedented understanding of brain function.
First dual Research Fellow in Behavioral Neurology and MRI at Harvard Medical School Neurology residency at Boston University and the Veterans Administration Principal Investigator on US National Institutes of Health and Department of Defense projects Testified before the US Congress on a National Football League-sponsored study on concussions Vice President and Medical Director at the Center for Neurological Studies.
CNS is a global pioneer in the use of advanced magnetic resonance imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, and susceptibility weighted imaging. CNS has recently become a leader in using brain volumetric analysis to objectify brain injury. This allows for the examination of 230 brain region volume measurements and cortical thickness measurements. These methods allow CNS to detect the presence of different injury sub-types and see what other more subjective tests miss.
Dr. Benson travels nationally for academic lectures and to present practical workshops about how to use this science. CNS is a non-profit. All information is for educational use only and is provided at no cost.
If you are interested in having a workshop from Dr. Benson in your area, please contact: Elina Dalaly, J.D., Director of Clinical Administration at CNS: firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-228-0930.