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Craig Participates in Research on Sleep After Brain Injury

May 30, 2019

For individuals who have sustained a brain injury, a potentially lifelong health concern can be difficulty sleeping. In fact, sleep problems are one of the most significant reasons that people with brain injuries are not able to fully participate and engage in therapy or re-integrate into the community. For Better Sleep Month, we're highlighting the work our Research Department staff does to help clinicians understand the relationship between sleep and recovery for individuals with brain injury and how sleep can be improved. Learn more about Craig's research on sleep and brain injury, and check out some resources for better sleep.


Craig research looks at optimizing sleep during early brain injury recovery

Craig participates in sleep apnea study


Sleep and Traumatic Brain Injury

Sleep Apnea