Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is often triggered by a viral or bacterial infection such as flu or food poisoning, it causes the nerves in the arms and...
Merryn Dowson takes a fresh look at the use goals in neuro-rehab amid new and emerging approaches.
Understanding the condition, supporting claimants and effective case management’.
Changes in personality following TBIs are often more problematic than neurocognitive, functional deficits or even physical disabilities. Dr Grzegorz Grzegorzak, consultant neuropsychiatrist at St Peter’s Hospital,...
Dr Tim Howard, consultant neuropsychiatrist at Elysium Neurological, updates on the treatment of cognitive problems with cognitive-enhancing drugs.
How client liaison managers are playing a vital role in helping people with brain injuries to deal with the new normal created by COVID-19.
Closer collaboration between serious injury solicitors and healthcare professionals can lead to improved outcomes for patients, says physiotherapist-turned-lawyer Glen Whitehead, of Irwin Mitchell.
By Daniel Thomas, joint managing director of Chroma Therapies.
Covid 19 has thrown the daily routines of many people with brain injuries into turmoil but the battle is underway to ensure their rehabilitation continues, as...
Cognitive rehab therapist Natalie Mackenzie, of BIS Services, on how current challenges are being navigated to protect the most vulnerable people.