I often thought I would have fared better had my leg or arm been broken, an injury the helpers could see, and empathize with. Instead this invisible injury was to be diagnosed by what I could no longer do.
Tag: persistent concussion symptoms
BY: HILARY PEARSON Hospital life. Nerve block injections. 12 needles in my head. 12 injections of Bupivicaine. 2 injections in … More
Having a concussion has prepared us for this pandemic
BY: NATHALIN MOY To anyone who has had a concussion, I hope this reminder encourages you in these strange times: … More
A year with a different brain
A version of this article was originally published on March 18, 2017 BY: ERIN MOORE On March 18, 2016 my … More
17 activities you can do when you’re recovering from a concussion
BY: ALISON When I was in the acute phase of my concussion, I couldn’t do anything. I thought the boredom … More
How a community garden helped me recover from my concussion
BY: ALISON Two years ago, a concussion left me with lingering debilitation, anxiety, and depression. I went from being an active, busy person … More
Mind Yourself with Alison
Dear Reader, Welcome to the first article in my new column, Mind Yourself with Alison. This column is about how you (or someone … More
What my personal experience with concussion has taught me
BY: KAROLINA URBAN Summer is here and with it comes the inevitable concern for safety and injury prevention. From organized sports such as soccer … More
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