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brain injury awareness stickerDid you know March is Brain Injury Awareness Month?

Brain injuries and Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries are more common than you may realize. Many people have experienced a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury resulting from a car accident or sports injury, and do not even realize they have a brain injury! According to BIAA, every 9 seconds someone is the US sustains a brain injury.

Brain injury affects who we are and the way we think, act, and feel. Each brain injury is unique and its consequences unpredictable. Whether you have been diagnosed with a concussion, a mild traumatic brain injury,  post-concussion syndrome, or are feeling confused, dizzy, anxious, depressed, or having trouble remembering or problems sleeping Dr. Diane can help you regain your health.

For the rest of this month, you can SAVE $100 on a Brain Health Consult with Dr. Diane, an expert in the field of brain injury and health.

Who should have a Brain Health Consult?

Anyone who has experienced:


What happens during a Brain Health Consult?

Dr. Diane takes a more person centered and caring approach than many traditional doctors are able to do in the confines of today’s health insurance directed medical care. First, Dr. Diane reviews your individual symptoms and medical history. Next, Dr. Diane takes the time to clearly explain the brain/body interactions and treatment methods. Finally, Dr. Diane shows you how to regain your health by using her 5 Prong Approach to recommend an individualized treatment plan.


How long does it take and is it convenient?

Brain Health Consults are 90 minutes in length. Consults are conducted either in Dr. Diane’s office or virtually over video chat. Virtual consults allow individuals living anywhere in the country or who are pressed for time to access Dr. Diane.


Why should I have a Brain Health Consult?

Many people have a Brain Health Consult after traditional doctors have said, “there is nothing more we can do,” or they have not reached optimal health after seeing their regular doctor. Dr. Diane has helped many people thrive and regain their health after other doctors have not. But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what some of Dr. Diane’s patients are saying:

“Dr. Diane is a true treasure to those who are fortunate enough to come to know her. My daughter has suffered from concussion and post concussion syndrome for almost a year. More than any other Neurologist or M.D. Dr. Diane has helped my daughter in profound ways and has improved the quality of her life greatly in just a little over a month… My daughter and I are truly blessed to have come to know her. She has taught my daughter and I both that, you can be your personal best and retrain and maintain your brain and live your best life! I encourage everyone in need of help to call her for a consult. She helps.”
– Beth G (3/14/16)

“…I found Dr. Diane searching the Internet… Only with Dr. Diane’s help have I been able to continue to pursue better health.  I am forever grateful for all she has done for me and everyone suffering from TBI or PCS and for all the medical knowledge she has acquired and shared with all.
– Betsy Bray, CT


Dr. Diane is neuropsychologist and board certified health psychologist, author of Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, and most importantly a survivor of brain injury herself. She is the unique professional who offers 35 years experience AND compassion of truly understanding what it’s like to have a brain injury. Dr. Diane can help you regain your life and thrive!  In honor of Brain Injury Awareness Month Dr. Diane is offering a $100 discount on all consults scheduled during the month of March. Please click here or call Dr. Diane’s office to schedule a consult at 800-500-9971.



Dr. Diane® Roberts Stoler, Ed.D.
7 Hodges Street
N. Andover, MA 01845
Phone: (800) 500-9971
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Within each person shines an inner light that illuminates our path and is the source of hope. Illness, trauma, suffering and grief can diminish the light and shroud hope. I am a catalyst for hope and change, offering a way to rekindle this inner light.

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