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Brain Injury Medicine (BIM), a subspecialty of neurology, focuses on the comprehensive care and management of traumatic or acquired brain injury survivors by:

  • Diagnosing and comprehensively assessing the consequences of brain injuries 

  • Providing acute management as well as rehabilitation and long-term care 

  • Administering cognitive, physical, vision and behavioral therapies

  • Managing medications

  • Handling pain management and headaches

  • Coordinating care with other medical specialists, such as neurosurgeons.

  • Educating and supporting patients and their families


BIM specialists create and work closely with a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, including psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, physical therapists, neuro-optometrists, speech-language pathologists, and social workers, to provide comprehensive care for patients with brain injuries.

Aiming to help patients recover as much function as possible, improve their quality of life, and achieve the highest level of independence in their daily and vocational activities, brain injury medicine strives to make a significant difference in the lives of those affected by brain injuries.

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TBI- Interview with Dr. Golzad
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