Understanding Brain Injury, Concussion

Brain injuries are common after an automobile collision, and they can occur even when there is no direct head impact. Unfortunately, many cases of brain injury are undiagnosed and unrecognized.

The key to recovery from a brain injury is to realize that injury has occurred. Some of the most common symptoms of mild brain injury are headache, dizziness, confusion, loss of concentration, and problems with memory.

Watch our videos in the playlist below, or browse our articles for some of the newest information we have on brain injury as it relates to automobile collisions.


Aggressive Behavior After Head Injury

A New Kind of Whiplash-Associated Headache?

Brain Imaging and Whiplash

Brain Injury or Chronic Pain: The Importance of Diagnosis

Brain Lesions in Whiplash Patients

Cognitive Complaints After Whiplash

Depression and Post-Concussion Syndrome

Emotional And Cognitive Sequelae of MTBI

Faking Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Reversible Neuropsychological Deficits

Misconceptions about Brain Injury and Implications for Treatment and Litigation

MTBI and Working Memory

New Questionnaires in the Evaluation of MTBI

Olfactory Function After Mild Brain Injury

Post-Concussion Syndrome After Mild Brain Injury

Post-Traumatic Headache and Cerebral Blood Flow

Predicting Vocational Outcome in MTBI

Regular chiropractic care may prevent long-term low back pain

Serum S-100 Levels After Head Injury

Similarities Between Whiplash and Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury and Chronic Pain Syndrome

Two Treatments for MTBI

Warfarin and Minor Head Injury

Whiplash and Cognitive Complaints

Whiplash Pain May Affect Structure of the Brain

Whiplash: The Neck and the Brain