TBI Basics: What you need to know about brain injury. Start here

TBI Basics

What you need to know about brain injury

Start here

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Personal Stories & Blogs

Tony Gentry, Ph.D., OTR/L
Kelly Catlin, Concussion, and Suicide

The consequences of mild traumatic brain injury turn worlds upside down. Headache, double vision, and balance difficulties are the most obvious problems, but less visible symptoms can be the most insidious and difficult to manage.

Expert Q&A

Steven Flanagan
Doctor of Physical and Rehablitation Medicine
Question:

When I was 9 years old, I hit my head on concrete at school playing football during recess. I laid there dazed then got up and went back into school and finished my day. That night I had blurred vision and a headache. I was hospitalized for two weeks, and my mother said I had a blood clot in...