Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona Board Member Kevin Keenan is not your typical trial lawyer.
It’s been established that brain injuries can cause mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety. But what about eating disorders?
As we begin a typical sweltering Arizona summer with throngs of people anxious to return to normal activity, it’s important to keep in mind that COVID-19-related disorientation, combined with heat stroke or exhaustion, can quickly turn deadly.
The unrelenting heat of the Arizona summer is just around the corner. For most of us that means higher power bills as we crank up the air conditioning, but for Arizona’s homeless the heat means a grueling slog to the next shady spot, water cup, or cooling station.
In his nearly 25 years as a tattoo artist, Paul Feinauer has seen his craft go from fringe culture to mainstream acceptance, with popular trends coming and going. But one style that stands the test of time is the memorial or survivor tattoo.
Current headlines blare about crime victims seeking justice, but the topic isn’t a new one. For years, it has been an uphill struggle for victims to be heard and feel valued.
…studies indicate that too much resting for more than two days can be detrimental to your recovery. The trick is pacing yourself from moderate to more intensive activity…
Sarah Ghareeb and Andrea Bond thought their service learning experience with the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona would be interesting. What they discovered was a whole new way to help.
Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Dr. Ian Crain is committed to reaching out to members of the brain injury community through his work as At-Large Member of the non-profit Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.
While great strides have been made in preventing some common causes of brain injury, other causes have gone shrouded in mystery and stigma. This is particularly so when it comes to brain injuries from opioid overdoses, which have increased during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
When you’ve spent decades raising money to address and improve the unmet physical, social, health, and psychological needs of those who have slipped below the radar, what do you do for an encore?
Due partly to its sensationalistic portrayal in the media, many think they have a clear picture of the travesty of human trafficking. Unfortunately, they’re only getting part of the story —