The International Brain Injury Association’s statistical facts on Traumatic Brain Injury World wide and analysis of the data.

Medicine Net’s article on “How is a spinal cord injury diagnosed?”

Mayo Clinic’s current Trials and Research studies in Spinal Cord Injury detection, prevention and/or treatment.

The American Heart Association’s publication on how “Head, neck injuries may increase stroke risk among trauma patients younger than 50”

The National Spinal Cord Injury Association’s ” Introduction To Spinal Cord Injury”

Medicine Net’s article “How Does Rehabilitation Help People Recover From Spinal Cord Injuries?”

The Model System Knowledge Center’s publication of “The Problem of Pain after SCI”

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s publication on “What Can I Do to Help Feel Better After a Concussion?”

Mayo Clinic assistance in helping a layman develop a basic understanding of Traumatic Brain Injury and the implications to a patient’s future life style.

Mayo Clinic assistance in helping a layman develop a basic understanding of Spinal Cord Injury and the implications to a patient’s future life style.

The Cleveland Clinic’s publication and discussion of resources available for Traumatic Brain Injury patients.

The University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine provides information sheets that are free to download and print on topics related to Spinal Cord Injury.

The University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine provides information sheets that are free to download and print on topics related to Traumatic Brain Injury.

“The Brain Injury Guide & Resources site is a tool for those seeking to cope with and understand Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)” ¬†from the University of Missouri Department of Psychology.

Model System Knowledge Translation Center’s introduction into Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems designed to improve patients recovery.