Category Archives: Traumatic Brain Injury

3 Steps to Get an Accurate Diagnosis

Posted on March 23, 2021

Have you ever wondered if you or your family member received an accurate diagnosis? Have you ever been diagnosed with something only to discover later that it was something else?  Have you had treatment that wasn’t working and found out that the diagnosis was incorrect? Many illnesses have symptoms in common with one another and(read more)

Can You Change The Way You Look At Things?

Posted on November 4, 2009

 I am always amazed at how two people can look at the same thing and see completely different things. Maybe it goes back to the glass half empty, glass half full concept. Or maybe it’s has to do with how we choose to see things. Wayne Dyer frequently discusses the statement ‘If you change the way(read more)

It’s Your Brain: Are You Protecting It?

Posted on June 23, 2009

Protecting your brain is an extremely important component of optimum brain fitness. Damage can occur in a variety of ways including obvious ones like accidents and illness. But be wary of those cleaning products and even cosmetics that we expose ourselves and our children to on a routine basis. Just think how your bathroom smells after(read more)

Tuning Up Your Brain

Posted on January 15, 2009

Imagine a world where you could place electrodes on your head, send your brainwaves to a computer, and control a video game without using your hands, just by changing your brainwaves. Picture a world where you could teach your brain to perform better. Perhaps you could improve your IQ, concentrate better, or sleep better. Maybe you(read more)