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On October 27, 2016 there was a feature on The Nature of Things on CBC about Dr. Norman Doidge and his research and book about The Brains Way of Healing.

For anyone who has experienced a brain trauma, Dr. Doidge provides hope and has changed the verbiage surrounding brain trauma like:

          • “this is as good as it gets” or
          • “the brain does not heal” or 
          • “no, we don’t have a treatment for autism that works

And changes the words to:

          1. Let’s try Bioflex Laser Therapy or 
          2. The PoNS™ Device or
          3.  The LED light helmet for PTSD

I was initially introduced to Dr. Doidge’s book The Brain That Changes Itself almost 8 years ago, and it was the first time that I actually saw my brain injury in print. When I read the case studies presented in that first book, I was able to piece together my brain injury and put the practice of neuroplasticity into my daily recovery.

Dr. Doidge’s new book The Brain’s Way of Healing provided a scientific view of all types of brain trauma based on the neurons in the brain miss-firing.

While watching the Nature of Things segment it became apparent, that technology has caught up with brain trauma, and is providing a new and exciting avenue for recovery for all types of brain trauma.

  • For anyone who has experienced a brain trauma in the past, it is not too late. 
  • For the caregiver who is looking for answers for recovery, kudos for all the research you have done so far for the person you care about. 
  • For all physicians who are involved from diagnosis to recovery you can now provide hope and a better way. If people are being diagnosed today with any type of brain trauma here are the links that will be important during their recovery.

CBC Nature of Things:  The Brain's Way of Healing

Dr. Doidge‘s Books:  The Brain's Way of Healing and The Brain That Changes Itself

Dr. Kahn with Bioflex Laser Therapy: Bioflex Laser Therapy

Paul Bach-y-Rita, M.D founder of the The PoNS™ Device:

Dr. Margaret Naeser in Boston uses a LED light helmet to treat PTSD victims: LED Light Helmet

Paul Madaule from the Listening Centre in Toronto in the treatment of Autism:

Our work is just beginning but thank you to Dr. Doidge and other professionals for not giving up on us.

Thanks from a Brain Injured Person


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