Watch the 2nd part of this Webinar to learn even more about the array of neuroimaging tools available to help you prove a TBI, how to get it into evidence and deal with challenges in court. There will be discussion on why it is not junk science, how to pay for it, why you need a high quality database of past scans for comparison, and why it’s NOT a silver bullet – but IS an important part of the TBI puzzle.
Hugo L. Chanez, Esq., with Mitchell Sanchez, Neuroradiologist Specialist Dr. Travis Snyder, DO with SimonMed Imaging, and Kyle Kinberger with HMR Servicing, talk more about this important topic.
Watch this Webinar Replay to learn more about the array of neuroimaging tools available to help you prove a TBI, how to get it into evidence and deal with challenges in court. There will be discussion on why it is not junk science, how to pay for it, why you need a high quality database of past scans for comparison, and why it’s NOT a silver bullet – but IS an important part of the TBI puzzle.
This session was so successful that Hugo L. Chanez, Esq., with Mitchell Sanchez, Neuroradiologist Specialist Dr. Travis Snyder, DO with SimonMed Imaging, and Kyle Kinberger with HMR Servicing, will be back on Monday, November 16, 2020 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET to talk more about this important topic.
Watch this replay to learn more about how to identify mTBIs in your clients and the importance of working with experienced TBI specialists in documenting, identifying and determining future care needs. Mr. Chanez and Dr. Swint will be discussing a recent TBI case they worked on together.
You will have a special opportunity to hear from Hugo L. Chanez, Esq. a partner at Mitchell Sanchez in New Orleans, Louisiana, Susan L. Swint, M.D. from Resilient Life Care in La Grange, Kentucky, and Kyle Kinberger from HMR based in Richmond, Virginia.
In this Concussive Brain Injury webinar replay Dr. Nathan Zasler, who is subspecialty certified in brain injury medicine and an internationally known expert in the field of brain injury, reviews current concepts and limitations regarding:
– Concussive brain injury classification
– Treatment and outcomes
He also discusses some of the confounds that lawyers should be aware of in the context of examining cases of claimed concussive brain injury and has provided several articles that were mentioned during the webinar.
What is Quantitative Pupillometry?
It’s a quick, noninvasive, method of analyzing changes in pupil size that may indicate signs of brain injury much quicker, and less costly, than other methods – it may become a handy tool for helping to determine if your clients have also sustained a TBI even if there are no obvious signs of a brain injury.
QP is becoming more common and only takes approximately 2 minutes to administer.
Watch this recorded webinar with Dr. Nathan Zasler, founder, CEO and CMO of the Concussion Care Centre of Virginia and Tree of Life Services, where you’ll learn about the changing healthcare environment and how it is impacting TBI care.
Specifically, neurorehabilitation across the severity spectrum, focusing on the importance of specialized post-acute transitional and long-term services for those with more complex or catastrophic acquired brain injuries.
In 2014, an estimated 2.5 million people visited an emergency department for a Traumatic Brain Injury-related injury, 13.2% of those with a TBI diagnosis in the ED were due to a motor vehicle accident.
From 2006 to 2014 there was a 24% increase for TBI-related ED visits as a result of motor vehicle crashes according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”). A majority of these ED patients, over 2.2 million, were treated and released from an emergency department with no hospitalization.
A better understanding of the seriousness of a TBI can help your client get the treatment they may need and the verdict they deserve.
Watch this past webinar with John Zacharias and his nationally renowned team at Advantage Healthcare Systems and learn about TBI identification and treatment options for your clients.
– TBI Assessment – Simple screening options
– Process and timeframes for evaluation, such as neurologist, then neuropsychologist
– Types of care; Day program, In-home and Telemedicine
– Early identification and better medical results