Traumatic Brain Injuries

Medical Resources & Traumatic Brain Injury Information

Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide by Dr. Glen Johnson explains head injuries in clear, easy to understand language through a series of Word document “chapters” that you can open, read, and print off from the website. [Currently you cannot download the complete book as a single file.]

<p”>Small enough to read from cover to cover but with enough information to serve as a comprehensive reference on all aspects of traumatic brain injury, this book is unique in the field. Traumatic Brain Injuries includes full sections on topics ranging from initial evaluation and acute care, to rehabilitation, prognosis and chronic issues related to specific types of brain injury. It also closely examines severe, mild and moderate, and penetrating brain injuries, with treatment recommendations throughout. Focusing on the more commonly seen conditions to increase its practicality, the book is written by clinicians who work with these patients on a daily basis.

General Information:
Traumatic Brain Injury information has been compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This website includes a comprehensive list of neurological disorders and a variety of resources for dealing with traumatic brain injuries, including symptoms and treatment, research and rehabilitation.

You’ll find a comprehensive definition and overview of traumatic brain injuries from Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia. For more detailed information follow these links:

Brain Injury Association USA provides updates on policy and research, as well as the Congressional Brain Injury Task Force. It also offers an array of books, CDs and DVDs on coping with Traumatic Brain Injury.

The Brain Injury Library & Resource Center provides information on various types of brain injuries, support groups, and related resources. Services & resources on this site reflect the best practices in the field of Traumatic Brain Injury.