Health care workers short and long term mental health risks
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, the constant churning of fear, sadness, and helplessness will be the underestimated casualty health care workers.
Mental health cannot be an afterthought in coping with a pandemic
Mental health problems as COVID-19 continues its spread, include high rates of stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Post concussion Syndrome: The New …
Concussion is a brain injury and is defined as a complex pathophysiological … All of the 20 sports noted below posted increases in the number of injuries treated … The top 10 sports-related head injury categories among children ages 14 and younger: …. A majority of catastrophic spinal cord injuries usually occur in games. …
Welcome to the Brain Injury Association of America
People who sustain brain injuries must have timely access to expert trauma care, specialized rehabilitation, lifelong disease management, and individualized …
Brain Trauma Foundation
For over 30 years, Brain Trauma Foundation has been conducting innovative … for the millions of people who suffer from traumatic brain injuries every year. …
Chronic Pain Management
Some people might be surprised to learn that a psychotherapist is a valuable ally to have when dealing with chronic pain management. …
Nervousness, restlessness, a sinking feeling in your stomach – nearly everyone has experienced anxiety from time to time. However, for those with anxiety and panic disorders, these emotions occur on a daily basis. …
Communication is more than words. Whether it’s a child or an adult, communication issues can develop in any relationship or circumstance. …
Stress is a normal and expected part of everyday life – in fact, 58% of Canadian workers are stressed on a daily basis. It normal stems from a specific event, …