CTE Hope Resource Documents
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a neurodegenerative brain disease found in athletes participating in high-contact sports, military veterans, domestic abuse victims, and others with a history of repetitive brain trauma. We have created many resource documents that may be helpful in understanding the effects of CTE. Click each link below to view the resource document.
- WHAT IS CHRONIC TRAUMATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY?
- WHAT IS A TBI?
- WHAT IS A CONCUSSION?
- HOW DO I MANAGE A CONCUSSION?
- POST-CONCUSSION SYNDROME (PCS)
- THE BRAIN-GUT AXIS
- FUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGY – DOCTOR LIST
- WHY DOES CTE HOPE SUPPORT ATHLETES ONLY PLAY FLAG FOOTBALL UNTIL THE AGE OF 14?
- BRAIN INJURIES AND MENTAL FATIGUE
- BRAIN INJURIES AND DEPRESSION
- BRAIN INJURIES AND ANXIETY
Below are several documents, articles, videos, and websites that we believe contain valuable information related to brain trauma and CTE. Check out our ‘Management and Treatment‘ page to learn about Functional Neurology and review our mental health resources. If you don’t find what you’re looking for in our Resource Library, please contact us so that we can help find the information you seek.
- -Website: United States Brain Injury Alliance
- -Website: National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA)
- -Video: Cervical Spine, Headaches, and Brain Injury
- -Fast Facts: Brain Injury and Opioid Abuse
- -Football CTE Diagnosis by College
- -The Simplified Guide to the Gut-Brain Axis – How the Gut and The Brain Talk to Each Other
- -Research Study: A Review of Traumatic Brain Injury and the Gut Microbiome: Insights into Novel Mechanisms of Secondary Brain Injury and Promising Targets for Neuroprotection
- -Research Study: The gut-brain connection
- -Article: What we do and don’t know about gut health
- -Research Study: Sport-Related Concussion in Children and Adolescents
- -Research Study: Elevations in MicroRNA Biomarkers in Serum Are Associated with Measures of Concussion, Neurocognitive Function and Subconcussive Trauma over a single NCAA Division I Season in Collegiate Football Players
- -Article: When a Friend Said ‘Quit Using Your Brain Injury as an Excuse‘
- -Article: How to Remain Calm and Cool During the Holidays
- -Article: How to cope with the loss of a loved one during the holiday season, according to experts
- -Article: A Global Public Health Epidemic Going Completely Untreated: Intimate Partner Violence
- -Fact Sheet: Answering Questions About CTE: Information for Healthcare Providers
- -Article: A Patient’s Guide to Brain Disease
- -Article: Five New Answers about the Link between Football, CTE, and Dementia