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Amy Zellmer

Faces of TBI

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A podcast dedicated to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion awareness. Created by survivors for survivors. Hear from survivors, caregivers, medical professionals, and others!

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Dr. Titus Chiu is a #1 bestselling author, award-winning international speaker, and Functional Neurologist who is on a mission to transform the face of healthcare for the millions of people around the world struggling with Post-Concussion Syndrome. Dr. Chiu is the founder and clinical director of BrainSAVE!, an integrative neurology practice located in Northern and Southern California, that specializes in helping people struggling with post-concussion syndrome get well and stay well, through personalized brain wellness programs, online masterclasses, and 5-day brain camps. He has a deep passion for teaching and had the honor to present at the 2017 Institute for Functional Medicine's Annual International Conference on the Brain. Dr. Chiu was also featured on Dr. Mark Hyman's groundbreaking documentary Broken Brain. He is the #1 bestselling author of BrainSAVE! The 6-week Plan to Heal Your Brain from Concussions, Brain Injuries & Trauma. You can learn more about Dr. Chiu and his unique approach to concussion care at www.brainsave.com Find his book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2BGtcZG Episode sponsored by: Integrated Brain Centers
  • by Amy Zellmer
  • in Health
  • 00:45

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I had my first debilitating migraine when I was 17. Since then, I've averaged about 100 migraines per year. My life has been a journey of victory and defeat, despair and hope, faith and doubt. As a complex neurological patient, I lived in... more

My name is Aanya Patel, and I will be a junior in high school. In January 2018, I sustained a non-athletic concussion. As a result, I suffer from Post-Concussion Syndrome and lasting neurological conditions. I am passionate about research... more

Amanda Evans is passionate about supporting children and families to be their happiest and healthiest selves! Her own healing journey taught her so much about the extraordinary healing powers of play, love and connection. She... more

Dr. Sarah earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2007 from Northeastern University and has over 10 years of experience as a physical therapist. She also earned her Master of Science in physical therapy and a... more

Alexa Randolph is a Podcast host and blogger of With Love, Alexa. She is an advocate for invisible illness due to understanding what it's like to be in pain 24/7 from a mild TBI and chronic pain. She's here to help everyone stay Forever... more

After the diagnosis of a brain tumour in 2013 and the subsequent surgery and recovery, she was able to gradually move back into her complex role as a Superintendent of Education. It meant finding different ways of communicating,... more

Startled by the sound of two consecutive home runs as they bounced off the concrete walls of San Francisco's Oracle Park on Christmas Night 2013, she felt the balls colliding with her head. The freakishly loud ?Crack!... more

I am a licensed psychologist in California specializing in neuropsychological and forensic evaluations. I have 10 years of education and training in clinical psychology and neuropsychology and extensive experience evaluating adults... more

Lynn Julian Crisci wears more hats than a Hydra has heads: Survivor (Boston Marathon Bombing, 4/15/13); Author & Speaker in 6 books & 100s of articles, Boston Actress, pop superhero, and SEO consultant. Episode brought to you by:... more

Dr. Megan Lott is a functional neuro-optometrist in Hattiesburg, MS. She performs visual examinations that go beyond 20/20 eyesight. She performs neuro-optometic rehabilitation for patients who have suffered a brain injury. In... more

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