This page is dedicated to survivors of traumatic brain injury, survivors dealing with the sequeale of brain injury, people with seizure disorders, caregivers, family, friends, and professionals who work in this field. Presented with great love and concern by Debbie and Chris Wilson to better help guide others through the maze.


Traumatic Brain Injury Links
ABOUT TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Loss of consciousness is not required for permanent brain injury.
What is Traumatic Brain Injury?
Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury Frequently Overlooked Issues. 
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury
Fact Sheet: Traumatic Brain Injury Facts Sheet
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Motor vehicle accidents and falls, particularly when "whiplash" type injuries occur, are major sources of triggered muscl These accidents also can cause mild traumatic brain injury or "post concussional syndrome."
Online Cognitive Rehab Tool
MediScene MediScene is for patients, consumers, families, physicians, nurses, attorneys, business people - anyone interested in knowing about medicine. Information, pictures, videos and more are at your fingertips.
Rehabnet Lessening the impact of disability through education, information, and service.
The American Academy of Neurology Welcome to the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), a professional organization representing neurologists worldwide.
Sleep Medicine Home Page This home page lists resources regarding all aspects of sleep including, the physiology of sleep, clinical sleep medicine, sleep research, federal and state information, patient information, and business-related groups.
The Virtual Hospital Look here to learn how to use the Virtual Hospital, find out what's new, and discover who we are. Information on the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics appears here.
American Brain Injury Consortium A small group of Investigators, who specialize in Head Injury, met in Atlanta in January of 1993. They discussed current clinical trials and the possibility of collaborating with the pharmaceutical companies. ion.
Whole Brain Atlas
Official Journal of IASTBI and EBIS Brain Injury covers all aspects of brain injury from basic science, neurological techniques and outcomes to vocational aspects, with studies of rehabilitation and outcome of both patients and their families.
Acquired Brain Injury There are estimated to be one million young people who sustain brain injuries each year in this country resulting from motor vehicle accidents, falls, and sports. Approximately 165,000 are hospitalized, with 18,000 having resultant moderate to severe symptoms.
The Brain Injury Information Page FOR FAMILY MEMBERS. Perhaps those in greatest need of information about brain injury are those family members and loved ones of a brain injured person who is in a trauma center.
Glasgow Coma Scale Score
Ball Players Gather To Learn More About Effects Of Concussions NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (02-17-95) -- Dallas quarterback Troy Aikman learned that he took a risk when he played in the 1994 Super Bowl.
Injury Facts Injury Facts For New York State
Frequently Asked Questions About Head Injury The term HEAD INJURY refers to an injury to the BRAIN which is usually the result of an accident, or sometimes an assault.
Family Caregiver Alliance Various fact sheets available on line including TBI and Caregiving.
Who Are The Caregivers? At California's Caregiver Resource Centers (CRCs) we help families and friends who care for loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's disease, stroke, Parkinson's disease, traumatic brain injury, and other adult-onset, brain-impairing diseases and disorders. 
Injury Related Websites 
Here are poems dealing with Head Injury
Motor vehicle accidents and falls particularly when "whiplash" type injuries occur, are major sources of triggered muscle. These accidents also can cause mild traumatic brain injury or "post concussional syndrome."

This page last updated 9th October 2000.