Brain Injury Conference

Brain Injury Conference

Modern medicine is advancing at break-neck speed.
Conferences are a fantastic way to stay on top of new practices that can aid in patient care and professional growth.

Thank You Sponsors & Exhibitors!!

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Please Note Conference dates changed to: March 12-14, 2020

Presentation Highlights

  • The latest treatment using stem cell therapy
  • “Fight like Ana.” Ana Wakefield will share her journey
  • The latest in Brain Imaging—Epic Imaging
  • How to build a successful practice – Glen Zielinski and Aaron DeShaw – 4 hour workshop Medical Legal Track
  • How to Win Your Case – Aaron DeShaw discussing Trial Guides
  • Legal Track – looking at probate – how BI affects different parts of the law
  • What are other states doing? Gavin Attwood
  • Staff TBI Skill Builder: An On-Line, Interactive Training Program for
  • Paraprofessionals Serving Adults with Moderate-Severe TBI – Laurie Ehlhardt Powell
  • How to diagnosis and approach working with individuals—Dr. Nick Bomalaski, physiatrist
  • Massage Therapy Panel – Kendra Bratherton and Claire Darling
  • Family life after Brain Injury – Panel family members
  • Music and the Brain— Matt Senn
  • Vision—helping individuals with vision issues – Dr. Macon Lee
  • Dance and Movement
  • How a brain injury can affect your endocrine system
  • Neuropeptide therapy
  • Veterans issues
  • NeuroStar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation – Shauna Hahn, MS, PMHNP, CBIS – Neuromodulation is the new frontier in psychiatry and offers exciting and proven results for people with post-concussion syndrome, vertigo, migraines, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, OCD and other disorders.
  • Brain Injury Fundamentals Workshop Certificate class
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Join us in bringing together speakers and attendees from all over the nation to Oregon. By providing this professional development opportunity, BIAOR strives to increase awareness and understanding of the latest research and innovation in the brain injury field.
Who should attend: Professionals in the field of brain injury such as medical and legal professionals, therapists (PT, PT, SLP), case managers, social workers, mental health professionals, caregivers who work with individuals with brain injury, family members and individuals with brain injury.