Tag Archives: Brain Injury Awareness Month

Increasing Public Knowledge about Brain Injuries

  By Cmdr. Randy Reese, head of Navy Medicine’s traumatic brain injury programs Editor’s note: Throughout March 2016, Navy Medicine is focused on brain injury awareness. To begin the conversation, we asked Cmdr. Randy Reese, head of Navy Medicine’s traumatic brain injury programs, to discuss how Navy Medicine helps patients recover from traumatic and mild brain injury. Reese is refining …

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Tips for Making a Comeback After Traumatic Brain Injury

By Lt. Ana Soper, PhD, staff neuropsychologist, Naval Hospital Beaufort, S.C. March is Brain Injury Awareness month, and a time to remember our service members and their families affected by brain injury. As an active duty Navy neuropsychologist working with those affected by TBI,  I’ve developed several tips to help service members and their loved ones during their recovery: 1) …

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