Brain Injury Journey Magazine – August / September 2013 Issue
Brain Injury Journey Magazine
Welcome to the 3rd issue of Brain Injury Journey – Hope, Help, Healing.
There’s even more great articles and topics with two new columns on sports injuries by Phil Hossler along with Madeline Uretsky and legal issues by Thomas Henson, Jr. and Carol Svec.
We explore new frontiers in clinical care with an article on hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Another article explores the rise in homelessness among veterans and the healing powers of meditation and journaling. Dr. Katherine Kimes looks at how changes in behaviors elated to the brain injury can affect students in school while Dr. April Groff gives practical tips and strategies for families who double as caregivers.
You’ll find much more from our regular columnists – as always, we try to approach brain injury from a holistic perspective, recognizing not only the challenges and triumphs of those who are survivors but also the long road traveled by family members and caregivers.
Our clinical experts are skilled at translating research findings and best practices into tools that can be applied in “the real world.” The voices of families, survivors, families and caregivers are powerful and you will find them all in this very special issue.
We hope to hear from you as well. We now have a Letters to the Editor section in this issue and welcome your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org
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