Concussion Does Link To Suicide
Let’s start looking at the answers already documented in neuroscience research completed on concussion and suicide in the last 25 years.
– Joanny Liu
The state of concussion “treatments” in conventional sports medicine is non-existent. The NFL paid a group of the brightest minds in neuroscience $100 million to come up with answers. Last summer they announced the answer: exercise. – Are you kidding?
– Joanny Liu
Concussion Denial Contributes to Treatment Failure and Suicide
This interview with Dr. Liu documents the deep value of more comprehensive diagnostic and treatment strategies for TBI – Traumatic Brain Injury, and PCS – Post Concussion Syndrome – with a compelling drive from her own personal experience. Joanny is fresh, engaging, and passionate about essential improvements that arise from her own insights and transformational experience with her own son’s serious injury.
Reality does change your perspective.
Dr. Liu’s active consultation practice includes a deeper look at how each individual’s personal life experiences and understandings can improve Post Concussive Syndrome recovery prognosis.
This Video Makes A Similar Point – With An Epigenetic Angle
Her Message In A Sentence:
TBI and PCS recovery takes determined action and a particular program that addresses the complexity of biologic and spiritual foundations for effective life changes.
Dr. Liu’s Connections
- Her website: http://www.drjoanny.com/
Dr. Liu’s books and texts spell out specific, different, more structured and specific brain interventions that can prove more helpful. Her variety of personal and clinical experiences takes us down interesting, potentially controversial paths, but she speaks with the authority of truly having ‘been there.’
Jump On This Download: And don’t forget her Download Opportunity below – she added effort to make your time here at CoreBrain Journal even more productive. Ends May 31, 2016.
Dr. Liu’s Concussion Recovery Books:
- Knock Out Concussions! | Global Amazon Link: http://geni.us/concussion
- Heal Your Concussion – How To Quickly And Effectively Get Back In The Game | Global Amazon Link: http://geni.us/healconcussion [See the download opportunity below – and my review of this specific book in the Transcript notes below.]
Articles On Concussion and Suicide
- Canadian Study: Adults With Concussion 3 Times More Likely To Suicide
- Concussions and Suicide: Suicide.org – Concussion Link
- Boston News With Dr. Liu: Concussion and Suicide
- Risk of Suicide After Concussion: http://www.cmaj.ca/content/early/2016/02/08/cmaj.150790
- Excellent Complete Article: Practical Neurology – http://pn.bmj.com/content/15/3/172.full
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References On East/West Medicine
- Dalai Lama; Benson, Herbert; Thurman, Robert A.F.; Gardner, Howard E.; Goleman, Daniel, MindScience: An East-West Dialogue (Somerville, Massachusetts: Wisdom Publications, 1991)
- Maciocia, Giovanni, CAc, The Psyche in Chinese Medicine: Treatment of Emotional and Mental Disharmonies with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs (London: Churchill Livingstone, an imprint of Elsevier, 2009)
- Rankin, Lissa, MD, Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself (Carlsbad, California: Hay House, Inc., 2013)
- Seidman, Yaron; Jaensch, Teja A., Hunyuan Xinfa: The Lost Heart of Medicine—The Physician’s Edition, (Greenwich, Connecticut: Hunyuan Group Inc., 2013)
My Review Notes On Joanny’s Book: Heal Your Concussion:
Book Review for Heal Your Concussion – Dr. Joanny Liu
Brain injury and post concussive syndromes remain one of the most challenging, nuanced, and indeed mysterious diagnostic and treatment problems in mind science today. Because of the subtlety of cognitive presentations, and the clinical challenges associated with recognizing those often-vague thinking symptoms, brain injury, more often than not, remains not only overlooked, but also outright denied.
It takes only a brief review of extant mind diagnostic affairs to recognize glaring inadequacies in far more commonplace and obvious cognitive disarrays such as ADD. It’s indeed paradoxical, and yet undeniably true: the current standard of care does not adequately think about thinking on many levels. Set adrift with reductionistic labels for simplistic behavioral observations, few caretakers wish to dive into or defend the necessity for, actually addressing the underlying complexity of brain injury. Both diagnosis and consequent treatment remain lost in pharmacologic guesswork while concern for the essential foundation of molecular and cellular integrity vanishes like seeds in the wind.
The needs at this moment for those suffering from brain injury or post concussive syndromes include a complexity of biomedical balances and internal and external practices that don’t exist in the current box of limited perceptions and outdated interventions.
In this context, I strongly recommend that you add Dr. Liu’s interesting observations and strategies to your diagnostic and treatment armamentarium. Yes, her book Heal Your Concussion is out of the box, as you would hope it is.
Complexity requires careful, complexity thinking to turn the tide. Dr. Liu translates mind and brain complexity into compelling, utilitarian applications that will add informed structure to your recovery process at any level.
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