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TBI: The real, long-term effects of “mild” TBI, according to JAMA study

What You Will Learn

  • Key impacts of JAMA’s cohort study on the long-term effects of “mild” TBI
  • Real duration of post-concussive symptoms in TBI patients
  • Functional limitations affecting ADL and IADL in your client with “mild” TBI

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What You Will Learn

  • Key impacts of JAMA’s cohort study on the long-term effects of “mild” TBI
  • Real duration of post-concussive symptoms in TBI patients
  • Functional limitations affecting ADL and IADL in your client with “mild” TBI
Date Published

June 16, 2021

Publisher

San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

Traumatic Brain Injury

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Summary

This webinar covers key impacts of JAMA’s “Sea Change” cohort study on the real duration of post-concussive symptoms in TBI patients and how it affects your client’s ADLs and IADLs. Persistent, injury-related functional limitations on your client following mild traumatic brain injury may continue longer than previously thought.

 

The cohort study found that the term mild TBI misrepresents the immediate and long-term burden of TBI and other co-occurring factors. Many patients in the study reported difficulties in aspects of day-to-day functioning 12 months post-injury, indicating the need for better follow-up and treatment.

 

Dr. Topher Stephenson, board-certified Physical Medical and Rehabilitation specialist and Steve Brady, trial lawyer exclusively representing individuals in personal injury and wrongful death cases, will focus on important impacts of the JAMA study and how they affect your clients with mTBI.

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Presenters

Steve Brady

Steve Brady is the principal trial lawyer at the Brady Law Group. He has tried over 70 jury trials to verdict and represents... Read More

Topher Stephenson, MD

Dr. Stephenson is a board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) specialist in Sacramento, California. He... Read More

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