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National Brain Injury Awareness Month
March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Ironically, March is also the month when I sustained a brain injury. March 5, 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of my accident and the beginning of my journey to regain my life after being told that I was permanently brain damaged. For more about my personal story please read here.
If you too have sustained a brain injury and are still living with brain injury symptoms, know that like me, it is possible to regain your life again.
[vc_separator type=”transparent” position=”center” up=”15″ down=”15″]Brain injury is life-changing. For survivors and caregivers, it is often unfamiliar and frightening territory. And because brain injury is invisible to others, survivors often feel alone and misunderstood. There are many misconceptions and opposing opinions about concussion and traumatic brain injury. For these reasons, Barbara Albers Hill and I wrote “Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide to Living with the Challenges Associated with Post Concussion Syndrome and Brain Trauma.”
It is not uncommon for brain injury survivors who have improved or regained their life to want to share their experience and write a biography. I also thought to do the same, however I realized what is really essential to helping others in these situations is clear information. More specifically, providing an encyclopedia of how one would get better and regain their life after brain trauma. This is what my book, “Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury” is all about.
In the book, I wanted to provide true-life stories alongside their outcomes. I also wanted my readers to understand exactly how concussions and the various post concussion symptoms, such as, sleep problems, are diagnosed. This book provides conventional, complimentary, and alternative treatments for every single symptom related to brain injury along with practical suggestions for those symptoms.
Concussion and Post Concussion Syndrome are very common types of traumatic brain injury. Many sufferers believe they have to live with these often debilitating symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, anxiety and memory issues. This is not the case. There is help and hope for brain injury survivors. I have found the most effective treatment for rehabilitation blends conventional and complementary methods as described in my book.
A Book Confirmed by the Experts
Neither I nor co-author Barbara Albers Hill are medical doctors, nor are we experts in each of the various modalities that are presented in this book. Therefore, I asked the leading experts to proofread and comment on the chapters in which they had expertise. Each chapter has been approved by the leading experts on the information contained in said chapter. Their names appear in the acknowledgment section of the book.
There is no other book on the market that provides as much in-depth and accurate information. In addition, we used a higher standard of quality control of the information than any other book on this subject.
Personalized Treatment Methods and Plans for Everyone
One troubling issue that I have noticed while perusing other resources on concussion is that these resources tend to give generalized recommendations for a specific symptom. Take, for example, a person who has trouble with their memory. The recommendations that I have seen for this are impersonal, antidotal and subjective. Therefore, they may or may not work, depending on the unique individual. It is best to try the approach that I have written about in this book, which is highly personalized for each person dealing with symptoms of Post Concussion Symptom (PCS).
What I can ensure you about this book is that the methods described within to help overcome the various symptoms have been approved by the leading authority regarding that particular symptom. This book offers both conventional and alternative methods of treatment, so no matter what your stance on modern medicine may be, there will be some proven method for you in this book to help you with your symptoms.
Seeking Legal Advice After a Brain Injury
The majority of brain injuries are caused by falls and automobile accidents. Along with methods and treatments of how to treat the symptoms of the accident, “Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury” also provides information on how to choose the best legal counsel, including personal injury attorneys. The book also acts as a guide explaining what medical diagnostic tests you may need as proof of your injury and extent of your injury.
Endorsement from the CEO of the Brain Injury Association of America
Susan H. Connors, president and CEO, Brain Injury Association of American, wrote a review of this book. She stated, “Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury is a long-awaited prescription for the millions who experience a so-called mild TBI and for their families and care providers. Incorporating detailed information, practical suggestions, and personal insight, Dr. Stoler has compiled a must- have encyclopedia for managing life after a concussion.” No one can argue that this book will be the only guide you need when handling the aftermath of your own or a loved one’s brain injury.
You Have a Choice – You Can Get Better!
You have a choice to continue enduring your current symptoms or to learn about real methods and treatments that are easy to read, clear, concise, accurate, and approved by the leading authorities in the field. I used the information in the book myself to regain my life and I wanted to share this wonderful news with you.
A portion of the proceeds from book sales during the month of March 2015 will be donated to the Brain Injury Association of America to improve access to care, spread awareness and fight for life-saving research, treatment and services.
Remember, There Is A Way! ™