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Returning to sport, social and leisure activities following concussion and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) has received considerable attention in recent years. As a result, an international consensus statement has...

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This study is investigating repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) as potential treatment for children, adolescents and young adults (11-25 years) with persistent post-concussion symptoms. Participants will be randomised to receive...

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Muscle weakness is one of the primary impairments that limits walking following traumatic brain injury (TBI), the leading cause of disability amongst young adults aged 15-45 years. Despite intensive rehabilitation,...

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Sleep disturbance and fatigue are common, persisting consequences of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Disturbances to sleep often emerge in the early stages after TBI and whilst patients are in a...

Read more about The nature of sleep architecture during post-traumatic amnesia following traumatic brain injury

Intensive care treatment of patients with severe brain trauma is focused on reducing further brain damage that results from complications of the initial injury. After severe brain trauma, the brain...

Read more about Brain Oxygen Neuromonitoring in Australia and New Zealand Assessment. The BONANZA Trial

There is limited data surrounding incidence and prevalence of concussion and the resulting post-concussion states. This creates difficulty when investigating ways to optimise patient management. It is proposed that a...

Read more about Post-concussion states: How do we improve our patients’ outcomes? An Australian perspective

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