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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Guidebook By Mary Lou Acimovic
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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Guidebook is an indispensable resource for people living with the consequences of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI). In this concise, comprehensive manual, Cognitive... More > Rehabilitation Specialist Mary Lou Acimovic draws from over 30 years of clinical experience to validate and demystify the symptoms of MTBI, offering a unique approach to treatment designed to educate, empower and inspire. The mission: Help the millions of people struggling with this potentially devastating condition understand their injuries and regain control of their lives. It is a guide to recovery.< Less
Memoir Of A Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor I By Michael House
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Memoir of a traumatic brain injury survivor. Getting revenge on a lie of Granny’s, I sustained a traumatic brain injury, which entailed 6 month coma, nerve damage, traumatic brain injury,... More > shunt, crushed facial bones, brain surgery, lung tap, stomach tap, & broke bones on my left side and 5 blood clots in my brain. My little brother and dad began using heavy drugs, building a huge debt. drug dealers killed them. Dad, Tony House, was killed January sixteen, nineteen ninety nine in Winder, Georgia and little brother Justin House was killed February twenty-eight, two thousand six* in Butler, Tennessee. By michael"DEE"house< Less
Memoir Of A Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor III By Michael House
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Traumatic brain injury, ten percent chance to live, six month coma. I unbuckled and silently begged for death. Jacob Myler, the driver, fell asleep. We hit the ditch to the right, swerved, then hit... More > the light poles at Winder, Georgia’s Pine Hills Golf Course, right before the pond. I sustained 6 month coma, nerve damage, traumatic brain injury, shunt, crushed facial bones, brain surgery, lung tap, stomach tap, & broke bones on my left side and 5 blood clots in my brain. It was revenge on my church secretary granny’s lie. She said the promise was a dream. It was a vehicle. Anything. I didn't care. But she had been saying I should let my electrical & plumbing contractor papa train me to not pay college tuition. I badly wanted to go to college. this memoir entails the dilemma I faced after I was slung out of the window and my football coach, Donald Quack, I’d had five years earlier on the EMT squad rescued myself.< Less
Memoir Of A Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor II By Michael House
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After you get revenge on the lie of your grandmother, who thinks you'll quit school and work for her husband if she has everybody tell you the promise was a dream on your 16th birthday? I was... More > railroaded by my deceptive church secretary grandmother. She laughed so loud at my sixteenth birthday party when I asked where my key was. she said the promise was a dream. Getting revenge twenty three months later, I returned 6 month coma, nerve damage, traumatic brain injury, shunt, crushed facial bones, brain surgery, lung tap, stomach tap, & broke bones on my left side and 5 blood clots in my brain. My little brother, Justin, and Dad, Tony House, were dealing with the wrong drug dealers, who killed Dad in Winder, Georgia—January sixteen, nineteen ninety nine—and Justin in Butler, Tennessee—February twenty-eight, two thousand six.< Less
Brain Jolt: A life Renewed After Traumatic Brain Injury By JoAnn Jarvis, RN, DHM
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Everyday “normal” life is a mix of swirling mental, emotional, physical and spiritual components. How does this change with a severe injury? I had a stable, normal life until a... More > “minor” motor vehicle accident, a serious neck injury, a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder threw me into an alternate state of reality. The Workers Comp system, a physician unable to recognize or diagnose my injuries, and my employer's insurance carrier who automatically assumes fraud are my antagonists and further devastate me. My life and my family life will never be the same. Despite all this, I overcame, healed and went back to working in my profession (RN) with the help of alternative medicine, a Native American Indian healer and Spirit. My story is very unique and it is written to encourage, educate and to give hope to others (patients as well as care givers), who are on the TBI and/or PTSD road to recovery.< Less
Brain Jolt: A life Renewed After Traumatic Brain Injury By JoAnn Jarvis, RN, DHM
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Everyday “normal” life is a mix of swirling mental, emotional, physical and spiritual components. How does this change with a severe injury? I had a stable, normal life until a... More > “minor” motor vehicle accident, a serious neck injury, a traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder threw me into an alternate state of reality. The Workers Comp system, a physician unable to recognize or diagnose my injuries, and my employer's insurance carrier who automatically assumes fraud are my antagonists and further devastate me. My life and my family life will never be the same. Despite all this, I overcame, healed and went back to working in my profession (RN) with the help of alternative medicine, a Native American Indian healer and Spirit. My story is very unique and it is written to encourage, educate and to give hope to others (patients as well as care givers), who are on the TBI and/or PTSD road to recovery.< Less
Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury Book Series 1-5 By Angel Rhoades Ph.D
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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the number one killer in the medical industry. TBI affects and disables more people than AIDS and breast cancer patients combined. Based on studies, by the National... More > Center for Injury Prevention and Control, every 23 seconds one person in the United States encounters a Traumatic Brain Injury. Statistics conclude there are 1.4 million Americans who sustain a traumatic brain injury each year. Despite large numbers, most TBI survivors suffer symptoms their entire life with-out resolve. Why do so many TBI survivors struggle with recovery? The answer is clear. Survivors and their caregivers are not properly informed of the necessary steps involved in healing the brain. Luckily, this book simplifies neurological terminology and discusses all aspects of the healing process.< Less
Life Out of Order: A Story of Sibling Loss and Living with Traumatic Brain Injury By Sally Laux
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This is a story of grief, healing, hope and love. This is the author's life as it relates to her three brothers. It is the story of what happened to them. It is a story of holding on to oneself in... More > the midst of six sibling and rediscovering oneself while losing them, one after another. It is a very personal, inspiring story of sibling life and sibling loss. Sally's life is an extraordinary story of losing 2 brothers to death and 1, in large measure, to a traumatic brain injury. Her book will have special resonance for folks who have lost siblings, who are caretakers for disabled siblings, or who are in recovery, but you don't need those exact experiences to identify with Sally's powerful words.< Less