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You Can’t Replace Something with Nothing


Following a brain injury, many survivors use their injury event as an opportunity to make positive life changes.

This may involve commitments of abstinence from alcohol or illicit substances, cessation of dangerous hobbies or reduction of aggressive behaviors. All of these...

Navigating the Holidays With a Traumatic Brain Injury


The holidays are about spending time with those closest to you. However, when you're recovering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI), the holidays can be a little more challenging. In fact, when...

Celebrating 40 Years as Leaders in Post-acute Brain Injury Rehabilitation


This year marks Moody Neuro’s 40th anniversary of providing breakthroughs in brain injuries! We are very grateful to everyone for their continuous support over the past 40 years. Moody Neuro has helped hundreds of patients and we look forward to...

Secondary Stroke Prevention Guidelines: What You Can Do to Prevent a Second Stroke


According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), almost 800,000 people have strokes every year in the U.S. Someone suffers from a stroke in the U.S. every 40 seconds, and stroke fatalities occur...

Concussion Awareness 101


Concussions have become a hot topic in recent years but there are many misconceptions regarding them. Let’s take a moment to talk about what they are, what are the symptoms and what steps may be taken after a concussion. A...

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