As in most other sorts of injury, most of the recovery of brain tissue after an injury occurs by the innate and natural ability of the body to repair itself. Drugs and surgical treatments can help this and can also prevent medical complications from developing that could add to the damage that has already occurred.

Natural recovery starts within hours or days of the injury and progresses rapidly at first, gradually slowing down until a steady level or ‘plateau’ is reached. More tissue recovery... Read in full...

However, the brain has a unique capacity (not shared to the same extent by the other organs of the body, except perhaps the muscular system) to upgrade its level... Read in full...

Once we have the equipment and the environment that we need, there is for most of us a limit to the amount of hard work and practise that we... Read in full...