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What if...
you could no longer function
the way you have all your life.

What if...
everything you once knew about yourself
was suddenly stripped away.

What if...
no one could tell you what was wrong.

Regaining Consciousness:
My Encounter with Mild Brain Injury—
The Silent Epidemic

with Foreword by Gail L. Denton, PhD, author of BRAINLASH:
Maximize Your Recovery from Mild Brain Injury

This book represents my experiences with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI).
It is written so
that people can understand how easily this type of injury happens, how deeply it affects a person, and how prevalent mTBI actually is in today’s society. mTBI is a closed head injury, an injury that is not readily recognizable, but the effects on a person’s life are profound—and can last a lifetime.

In an effort to help others better understand, this book was written to:
          
1. raise awareness of mild and moderate brain injuries
          
2. help those who are brain injured but undiagnosed
         
3. give voice to those who are challenged because of a brain injury
         
4. help those who are diagnosed to know it is possible to live well 
in spite of a mild or moderate brain injury.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 WAYS to OBTAIN
YOUR COPY of THIS BOOK:

  • AVAILABLE via MAIL ORDER - click the SHOP NOW button

  • Available to purchase at the University of Calgary Medical Bookstore in the
    Health Sciences Building (1st floor) at the Foothills Medical Centre, 3330 Hospital
    Drive N.W., Calgary, AB. Hours are Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Weekends: Closed

  • Available to purchase at Mayfair Eye Clinic, Rockyview Health Centre, 1011 Glenmore
    Trail SW #423, Building #1, Calgary, AB T2V 4J2 -
    https://mayfaireyecare.ca

  • Available to purchase direct from the author when you attend the monthly
    meetings of Calgary Concussion Awareness & Support

  • Also available at Calgary Public Libraries
    https://calgary.bibliocommons.com/item/show/950321095 

"This book is your flashlight on a dark journey down a rugged pathway with a steady companion."

--Gail L. Denton, PhD, author of BRAINLASH:
Maximize Your Recovery from Mild Brain Injury

"This book is remarkable in several ways.
It is better than a PhD Thesis
and am sure will become a classic."

--Dr. Roger Thomas, MD, PhD, CCFP, MRCCP, Professor (retired), Department of Family Medicine, University of Calgary

 

To View Table of Contents > CLICK HERE

To View Author's Preface> CLICK HERE

 

 

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