I saw an article in a recent edition of the New York Times that I thought was worth sharing. The article described the acceleration in research and development that is going on in the field of brain injury detection and treatment as a result of the headlines associated with aging NFL players and their medical problems. As most of us now know, many NFL veterans are beginning to suffer the ravages of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, likely as a result of repeated trauma to the head playing the game of football. According to the piece, there are several physician/business groups who are hard at work to develop the go-to, or Holy Grail, test and treatment protocol to deal with these kinds of traumatic brain injuries. Some doctors are even claiming that they are close to developing ways to heal or reverse the damages cause by closed head injuries. Other doctors say that this kind of breakthrough is still years away, and that medical consumers should be skeptical of claims that seem to be too good to be true. Regardless, and as an attorney who has represented many clients who have suffered mild and moderate traumatic brain injuries (TBI) from accidents, there are many, many people who would pay practically anything they had just for a chance to get their pre-injury lifestyle back. Traumatic brain injury can be debilitating – even though there are no broken bones and no obvious injury on an X-ray or MRI. There is obviously a huge potential market for a diagnosis or treatment method that will help these people. The New York Times article is definitely worth the read. If you have any questions regarding a Florida car accident or slip and fall that resulted in a traumatic brain injury, call Winter Park personal injury attorneys Kim Cullen and Robert Hemphill at 407-254-4901, or visit cullen-hemphill.com....Read More »
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