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-Posted On October 12, 2011 In Head and Brain Injuries-

Prestigious Traumatic Brain Injury Certification Awarded to San Francisco General

I am proud to live in a city where our city and county hospital has received a prestigious brain trauma certification in the treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).  San Francisco General Hospital deserves the honor to be the first trauma treatment center in San Francisco county, indeed in the country, to receive this certification because of their leading edge technology, medical skills, neuro-monitoring capabilities, imaging technologies and research. Dr. Geoff Manley, San Francisco General’s Chief of Neurosurgery, Dr. Geoffrey Manley stated, “I truly believe this new certification effort by The Joint Commission can lead to improved care for traumatic…
-Posted On October 7, 2011 In Head and Brain Injuries-

Tinnitus After Severe Head Injury Alleviated by Retraining Brain

For many years our firm has represented clients who have suffered Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI). One of the more nagging and irritating symptoms, so I’m reminded by a recent client, is the intense and constant ringing in the inner ear brought on by tinnitus. And chronic tinnitus is very difficult or impossible to heal. My client, Mark V, who suffered a trauma to his head in July 2011 tells me that 2 1/2 months later tinnitus: “is fairly constant.  The only time I don’t notice it is when I am concentrating on something…
-Posted On October 4, 2011 In Head and Brain Injuries-

Brain Plasticity Inc. to Study Impact of Brain Training for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Many of my clients have suffered Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) or Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries (mTBI).  What is a TBI and what is an mTBI? Traumatic Brain Injury describes an impairment of brain functioning. TBI can result from trauma or injury, infection, or lack of oxygen. It can occur from motor vehicle accidents, head trauma, objects striking the head, falls, construction site injuries, chemical exposure, near drowning, birth-related injuries, or hospital or other medical negligence. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury is a trauma-induced physiological disruption of brain function, as manifested by at least one of the following: any period of loss…
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