Posts Tagged ‘Brain Injury Rehabilitation’

By On June 9th, 2016

NeuroNotes Celebrates 11 Years

NeuroNotes has been publishing since July 27, 2005. We didn’t realize that until recently with numerous comments on posts written many years ago still coming in and generating interest. Some comments we post directly on the related blog and others which relate to personal matters or questions we answer confidentially. Our original intent was to…


By On June 6th, 2016

Anemia Could Lead To Poorer Outcomes After TBI

There are many factors that can determine whether a person is likely to experience a positive outcome after experiencing traumatic brain injury (TBI), and more are being found on a regular basis. According to a study recently published in World Neurosurgery, one of those factors may be a person’s history with anemia. The findings suggest…


By On April 22nd, 2016

Craig J. Phillips Publishes his Seventh eBook

Our friend Craig J. Phillips has been busy! Craig recently reached out to us to share several free resources. Craig survived a severe traumatic brain injury resulting from an open skull fracture in a motor vehicle accident when he was 10 years old in 1967.  To read more about his journey during the past 48+ years,…


By On February 25th, 2016

Mindfully Falling Down the Rabbit Hole of Caregiving

Written by Melissa Felteau, MAdEd Like so many others who have had the experience of a brain injury, we have been the recipients of a great deal of compassion and love – especially from our parents, who helped us face the daunting challenges to recovery.  So what happens when the roles are reversed as our…


By On February 25th, 2016

Melissa Felteau Shares Her Journey with NeuroNotes

When you first meet Melissa Felteau you will encounter a ball of positive energy packed into her diminutive frame. She wasn’t exuding positive energy when I first met her and her father at a brain injury conference almost 25 years ago in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. In fact, she was devastated by the aftermath of…


By On February 18th, 2016

Could Yoga Help Rehabilitate Those With TBI-Related Disabilities?

Could an adapted form of yoga be used to help treat individuals who have experienced stroke or traumatic brain injury? That is what is report from an Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) study claims, saying adapted yoga can help adults who have experienced TBI improve balance, flexibility, strength, endurance, and walking speed following their injury.…

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