The Quiet Reality of a TBI

Jerry credits his smashed bike helmet with saving his life.

He describes waking up in an ambulance, and spending a day in the ER.

But it was a full nine months after his bike crash that Jerry was finally diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury.

Jerry, a long-time cyclist, describes how his physical injuries masked his brain injury.

Little by little, his reality completely changed.

Serious brain injuries are not always obvious.

Jerry’s story is a peek into the reality of a TBI.



There is an old saying:  no surgery is minor if it is happening to YOU.

The same is true for mild traumatic brain injuries.

Understanding mild traumatic brain injuries 


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