Tag: memory

From the Editor

By Amy Zellmer, Editor-in-chief As I sat down to write this issue's "From the Editor" section, I took some time to reflect back on my own journey, and how my memory was so severely impacted by my injury. In the early days of my recovery, my memory deficits were apparent ...

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Memory and TBI: The Brain is a Muscle

By James Heuer, PA After suffering a TBI it is common to experience trouble with your memory. Whether your TBI was moderate or severe, you will have difficulty  remembering things, finding the right words when speaking, and getting organized. These brain functions are all types of cognition. Symptoms including anger, ...

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3 Ways to Support Memory

By Dr. Shane Steadman, DC, DACNB, DCBCN, CNS As we age, becoming forgetful and losing memory is a major fear for most people. When we watch family members and friends struggle with remembering events, names, and places, it can cause anxiety about the future. There are different aspects of memory ...

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