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Latest Reviews for Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

by | Feb 22, 2013 | My Books | 0 comments

We have added two more recent testimonials for Coping With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury to our website. This book contains extensive research on multiple aspects of brain injury and post-concussive syndrome, and each chapter has been proofed and approved by experts in the field making it a complete guide to your recovery. See what other people are saying about Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and get yourself a copy! You can purchase this excellent resource here.

“This book saved my sanity when it first came out. When I had a brain aneurysm in 1990, I didn’t understand my disability until this book came out in 1997. I read about mal Petits seizures, which I was having. Later, had a paralyzing one. I was in an adaptive exercise class with a nurse, told her about it and ordered the book for her too. She cried and told me the book validates all her complaints to her doctor. She was still working at Stanford’s Hospital at the time. Her doctor, as well as my doctor said it was all in our heads. They didn’t understand it themselves. Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury helped me realize what was happening to me, as well as the nurse.” -Gloria Wohlfeiler

“I gave Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury 5 out of five stars because I could really relate to what was written in this book. I suffer from post concussive syndrome also known as mild traumatic brain injury. I learned a lot from just reading this book that the doctors haven’t even explained to me. Being armed with information about my mild traumatic brain injury I was able to be an advocate for myself when talking to my doctor about my continuing symptoms and understand what to expect.” -Aaron Richard Wiles


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