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What is a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?

First of all, don’t let the word “mild” fool you. All brain injuries are serious and can have long-term, meaningful impacts on your quality of life. A mild traumatic brain injury is defined as A traumatically induced psychological disruption of brain function. This...

What Are Catastrophic Injuries?

As the name suggests, catastrophic injuries have a devastating impact on victims and their loved ones. They can be physical, emotional or mental injuries, or (as is often the case) some combination thereof. Catastrophic injuries include the following: significant...

Common Whiplash Myths

If you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident, you might suffer whiplash. This is especially true if your vehicle was rear-ended or side-impacted. Hundreds of thousands of people in North America suffer whiplash each year. It’s a general term used to describe bony...

A free guidebook on chronic pain

I am not normally one to “plug” products, but this is free and might be of help to people. Dr. Mary Lynch, professor at Dalhousie University and director of research at the Pain Management Unit, Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Center in Halifax has released a free...