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Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Conceptualization and Best Practices


From the initial days after brain injury, through inpatient and outpatient treatment there are many things to consider that can affect a patient’s outcome. Alan H. Weintraub, M.D., Medical Director of the Brain Injury Program at Craig Hospital since 1986 and Medical Director of the Rocky Mountain Regional Brain Injury System is renowned as an expert in the treatment of brain injury.

In the webinar Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Conceptualization and Best Practices, Dr. Weintraub will explain the pathophysiologic and anatomical correlates of different types and severities of brain injury, and determinants of outcome. He will discuss the treatment implications for the different types and severities of brain injury, and the benefits of specialty centers of excellence and share the new advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of adults patients with severe brain injury.

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Meet Dr. Alan Weintraub
Medical Director of Traumatic Brain Injury Program
Craig Hospital


Alan H. Weintraub, M.D., has been Medical Director of the Brain Injury Program at Craig Hospital since 1986. Dr. Weintraub also served as Medical Director for the Rocky Mountain Regional Brain Injury System, a federally designated Model System of Care with extensive clinical research and dissemination activities. Dr. Weintraub has served as Medical Director of a post acute residential brain injury program and long term subacute brain injury program during his tenure in practice. He also is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and an active consultant to the Colorado Division of Worker's Compensation Medical Treatment Guidelines TBI Task Force. He is board certified in PM&R and is fellowship trained in neurotrauma, brain injury and spinal cord injury. Dr. Weintraub has special interests in pharmacological management of adults with brain injury, spasticity, sports-related concussion and the long term consequences of brain injury. He is actively involved in local, regional and national organizations and is devoted to the aging and long term needs of brain injured survivors and their families. Dr. Weintraub continues to lecture to broad audiences and has written on a number of specific topics related to traumatic and acquired brain injury.


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