SEMINARS & WEBINARS ON TBI IN ALL 50 STATES
We are giving live seminars all over the United States. We are in the process of registering the Seminars for CLE for lawyers and Continuing Education Credit for Chiropractors in all 50 states. The seminar features a local Chiropractor, a local doctor who specializes in a TBI related field, a local Imaging Expert / Radiologist who can speak to the differences in Diffusion Tensor Imaging, which is FDA Cleared, and the traditional MRI or CT Scans and finally Dr. Huma Haider, Founder & CEO of the National Brain Injury Institute.
To Register for the Seminars CLICK HERE
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 mTBI. The issue is one of diagnosis. Traditional diagnosis of all suspected TBI is done through MRI and CT Scans. MRI & CT Scans do not always look close enough. The brain is a different than a torn tendon in an elbow. It is billions of tiny, microscopic neurons and nerve fibers and only a DTI Scan can and does show the damage associated with Mild TBI. 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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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. Dr. Haider’s inspirational story is captured in this documentary, “Nail On The Head, The Huma Haider Story” CLICK HERE
We have imaging locations in all 50 States CLICK HERE
And clinical locations in Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas and San Antonio with more coming online in 2020.