Join the Movement
Contact us Info At Nationalbii.com and we’ll help you with what to say and who to say it to. Multi-million dollar athletes have a Concussion Protocol. Most of the 3 million plus reported TBI injuries each year are what is known as Mild TBI. It’s mild when compared to “Severe” – a person with a cracked skull… is severe. Most everything “south” of that type of severe injury is categorized as “mild.” Mild TBI sufferers are often mis-diagnosed or under-diagnose and as a result, they are under treated and/or mis-treated. More importantly, the symptoms of a Mild TBI patient can be both severe and debilitating ranging from headaches and nausea to memory loss, depression and loss of focus. Get with us today to help us get a change in your state.
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Reach Out to Your State Healthcare Congress Chairman
Your state has a State Health Care Committee in the House. It has a Chairperson and a committee. Contact them via Email or Phone. Contact us with information to send them. Tell them you want a Concussion Protocol passed in your state. We’ll help you help us get it passed. Here’s a list of each State’s Health Care Committee Contacts. Help us help the millions!
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Directory of Services
The National Brain Injury Institute is the source of all things TBI. On this site we have a directory of services to help with diagnosis and treatment of both severe and mild TBI. We have a list of Chiropractors, Defense & Plantiff’s Attorneys, Diagnostic Imaging Facilities, NeruoOptometrists, Neuropsychologists, Neurosurgeons, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, TBI Specialists and Vestibular Therapist.
The Congressional Brain Injury Task Force,
Chaired by Reps. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-N.J.) and Don Bacon (R-Neb.)
Brain Injury Awareness Day Schedule
Founded by Dr. Huma Haider, the National Brain Injury Institute (NBII) exists as the primary source for everything TBI related in the United States of America. From our Directory of TBI related services to our leadership role in establishing a “Concussion Protocol” for the everyday American, in every state in America, we exist to make life better for the more than 3 million patients that suffer from TBI related symptoms.
We have clinical locations all over the United States. CLICK HERE
And more coming in 2022.
Severe Traumatic Brain Injury vs Mild TBI (mTBI)
There are over 3 million reported TBI cases a year in the United States. No one disputes the diagnosis and necessary treatment for those with Severe TBI. And no one deliberatly denies treatment to those with Mild TBI. The issue is one of diagnosis. Traditional diagnosis of all TBI usually involves MRI and/or CT scans. MRI & CT Scans are not designed to look close enough to see the damage in the billions of microscopic neurons and nerve fibers in the brain. In the last two years, led by Dr. Huma Haider, we have pioneered the application of Diffusion Tensor Imaging when the symptoms of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury are present. The results have been very encouraging. We are finally matching the pathological evidence of the microscopic, heretofore invisible, damage. And the proven damage is then paired with patient symptoms providing for better and more accurate treatment plans. Millions of people are suffering from TBI. It easily rises to the level of National Epidemic. But without the proof of damage, not only were too many people left to suffer with the sometimes debilitatin symptoms of Mild TBI, but no change in diagnostic protocol could be justified. We believe and know that we have that proof. We need a change in this country in the required protocol for the TBI sufferers that have Mild TBI. Join the movement!
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To sign the White House.gov Petition, Please CLICK HERE
National Brain Injury Awareness Day
March 4th, 2020 is National Brain Injury Awareness Day. Reach out to your local newspapers and TV Stations and Radio Stations. Contact us Info At Nationalbii.com and we’ll help you with what to say and who to say it to.
National Brain Injury Awareness Month
March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Reach out to your local newspapers and TV Stations and Radio Stations. Contact us Info At Nationalbii.com and we’ll help you with what to say and who to say it to.