Living the Invisible Disability: Coping with Post Concussion Syndrome Traumatic Brain Injury & Depression

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Living the Invisible Disability: Coping with Post Concussion Syndrome Traumatic Brain Injury & Depression

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Living the Invisible Disability: Coping with Post Concussion Syndrome Traumatic Brain Injury & Depression

by Hannah Andrusky  (Author), Scott Baldyga (Contributor)

"This portrait of many months recovering has much to teach the physicians as well as lay readers. The condition she struggled with is neither rare nor trivial, but unfortunately, remains medically unaddressed." - Bruce Beutler ~ Nobel Prize Winner & Laureate 2011. "As a close friend to Hannah and no stranger to brain injuries after playing in the NFL as a wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills for sixteen years and being ranked 10th in NFL history, I watched Hannah regress slowly. I had just lost my friend, Junior Seau, to suicide resulting from a brain injury. I couldn't sit back and let her fall too. Today, the controversy over concussions and post concussion syndrome is growing rapidly. This timely book sheds a light for all those who have suffered from it." - Andre Reed NFL Hall of Fame 2014.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Living-Invisible-Disability-Concussion-Depression/dp/1478729007/ref=tmm_pap_title_0/277-5042963-0827226
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