Month: January 2021

Continuum of Care for Brain Injury Rehabilitation in Home and Community

Head and spinal cord injuries have existed since the dawn of time. In fact “neurosurgery” is thought to be the oldest medical specialty of all time. Philosophers and physicians for thousands of years have tried to understand how the brain works. In 335 BC, Aristotle thought the brain was like a radiator that kept the …

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COVID-19 and Impact On The Brain

For months after having Covid-19, 37-year-old Chelsea Alioner struggled with headaches, dizziness, and brain fog so intense she said “it felt like early dementia,” according to an interview in the New York Times. Chelsea is part of a group who have been sick with Covid for over 80 days. We’ve all heard of Covid Brain …

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