"...A 'go-to' reference for any clinician treating individuals with brain injury... The editors have assembled a single resource for physiatrists, neurologists, psychiatrists, therapists, nurses, psychologists, and other medical specialists, as well as for legal professionals and patient advocates. A medical condition of this magnitude and scope requires the thoughtful and wide-ranging coverage this text provides. It will quickly become the authoritative desk reference sought by clinicians practicing brain injury medicine." -- Journal of the American Medical Association, May 31, 2007<br /><br /> "A much-needed and welcome addition to the brain injury medical literature... an excellent comprehensive clearinghouse for state-of-the-art knowledge in brain injury medicine today... Anyone caring for brain-injured patients would do well to obtain this book for use as a go-to reference, a teaching tool, and for assistance with the many medical and rehabilitation management issues which face this patient population and the clinicians who care for them." -- Doody's Reviews<br /><br />"Brain Injury Medicine is clearly a 'go-to' textbook that belongs on the shelves of brain injury professionals across the board-- physicians, psychologists, therapists, and treatments specialists. It contains a depth and breadth of information on the science of brain injury and the state of the art in treating individuals. The editors and chapter authors of this excellent textbook deserve to be complimented for their expertise and commitment to helping professionals expand their knowledge of brain injury treatment, research, and service delivery." --Brain Injury Professional
About the Author
Nathan D. Zasler, MD, FAAPM&R, FAADEP, DAAPM is an internationally respected physician who specializes in acquired brain injury (ABI) care and neurorehabilitation. He is CEO and Medical Director of the Concussion Care Centre of Virginia, an outpatient neurorehabilitation practice specializing, as well as, Tree of Life, a transitional neurorehabilitation and long term care program for persons with ABI. Dr. Zasler is chief editor of the international scientific publications NeuroRehabilitation, The International Neurotrauma Letter, and Brain Injury. He currently serves as the Chairperson of the International Brain Injury Association.
Douglas I. Katz, MD is a neurologist specializing in patients with traumatic brain injury. He has been at HealthSouth Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital for nearly 20 years where he is Medical Director of Brain Injury Programs. He is presently with Boston University Neurology Associates and Associate Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine.
Ross D. Zafonte, DO is Earle P. and Ida S .Charlton Professor and Chair, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Harvard Medical School. Vice President Medical Affairs, The Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, and Chief Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr Zafonte has been an active clinician and researcher in the area of brain injury as well as principal investigator for the University of Pittsburgh's NIDRR TBI Model System and NIH TBI Clinical Trials Center.