After Helen Bulbeck’s daughter Megan was diagnosed with a brain tumour, the whole family was left isolated with little to...
Experienced brain injury case manager Philippa Feltham- White shares her experience and thoughts on the importance of engaging in research.
What makes a good medico-legal expert in the eyes of a legal team? Here Irwin Mitchell serious injury partner, David Withers, gives his insight.
For the first time researchers successfully reproduced the electrical properties of biological neurons onto semiconductor chips.
After a car accident on holiday, Jason was told he’d never walk again, but he had other ideas – which have now become a reality –...
Rachel Swanick, senior music therapist at Chroma, introduces a dynamic new approach to assessing nonverbal communication in families.
A case manager’s role in a seriously injured person recovery cannot be understated, write David Withers, partner at Irwin Mitchell.
The inquest of former footballer Jeff Astle in 2002 famously concluded that his death following dementia was a result of industrial disease caused by heading footballs....
Irwin Mitchell partner David Withers explains how to make rehabilitation work for both parties in catastrophic injury cases.
A judge has clarified the law surrounding how decisions affecting the future of young people with learning difficulties are made.
With the pace of exoskeleton development picking up, 2020 could be a breakthrough year in terms of their widespread use in rehab, writes Deborah Johnson.