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Neurofeedback for TBIs: What To Know After a Bicycle Accident

Posted on April 23, 2024 in Blog

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) resulting from a bicycle accident can be life-altering. Finding a treatment that improves quality of life – mentally and physically – when symptoms persist can be challenging and sometimes frustrating. Neurofeedback has become a go-to treatment option for some seeking to minimize TBI side effects. The biofeedback method has been used…

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The Future of Mountain Biking on Mt. Tam

Posted on April 17, 2024 in Blog

The Marin County Bicycle Coalition can envision a bright future for mountain biking on Mt. Tam, and now they’re getting their shot at it. In February, the Marin Municipal Water District Watershed Committee received a presentation of the draft Watershed Recreation Management Planning Feasibility Study, which sets in motion a more inclusive trail system on…

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Improving Cyclist Safety Through Infrastructure in the Bay Area

Posted on April 4, 2024 in Blog

Earlier this year, Oakland city officials broke ground on a $20.9 million project that re-envisions 14th Street. Will it keep Bay Area cyclists safer? That’s what city officials and the Oakland cycling community are hoping for. The project, which is expected to finish in fall 2025, includes separated bike lanes, better pedestrian crossings, sidewalk improvements,…

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5 Ways to Practice Self Advocacy in Healthcare After a Bicycle Crash

Posted on March 29, 2024 in Blog

Bicycle accidents can leave victims with scars – both mental and physical – that require vital healthcare, but sometimes getting the right treatment can be a challenge. For example, a “mild” traumatic brain injury (TBI) can come with symptoms that last months. Extended anxiety or headaches are frustrating and without proper care can potentially interfere…

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3 New Promising Treatments for Traumatic Brain Injuries

Posted on March 1, 2024 in TBI

When it comes to traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), they can be as unique as the person they are affecting. For some, a mild TBI, sometimes called a concussion, will resolve with a day or so of rest and over-the-counter pain relievers, but other times symptoms — mental and physical — can linger for months or…

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