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
Dr. Randall Benson speaks with editor Amy Zellmer of The Brain Health Magazine and host of “Faces of TBI Online Radio” about how to take the mystery out of TBI through research. It is a podcast dedicated to traumatic brain injury (TBI) awareness. Created by survivors for survivors. They interview survivors, caregivers, medical professionals, and
Dr. Randall Benson recently chatted with Brad Leggitt of Pro Players Business Network about the ground-breaking study CNS is doing with former professional athletes. You can listen to Dr. Benson and CNS Community Ambassador Eric Hipple here: https://proplayersbusinessnetwork.com/dr-benson
Dr. Randall Benson responds and reacts to the recent military action in Iraq resulting in several identified cases of TBI.
Maj. Melvin H. Patton, MLA, (Ret.) is being honored by the Association of Fund Raising Professionals for his volunteer service at Novi-based Center for Neurological Studies (CNS). The Distinguished Volunteer award will be presented to Patton at the group’s annual dinner Nov. 6 at The Henry in Dearborn. Patton, a 22-year veteran of the U.
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.
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,