Episode 159
Concussion SOS – Episode 159: Dr. Kabran Chapek

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Dr. Kabran Chapek

The First Lady of Nutrition rings in the New Year by interviewing world renowned concussion expert Dr. Kabran Chapek. Dr. Chapek is the author of ‘Concussion Rescue: A Comprehensive Program to Heal Traumatic Brain Injury’. In this compelling podcast, Ann Louise and Dr. Chapek speak openly about the long-term effects of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs). Dr. Chapek explores the significance of baseline brain assessments, providing us with insights into SPECT scans – an innovative imaging technique which offers more precise information about brain health than traditional MRIs can. He emphasizes the sensitivity of TBI imaging for diagnosing concussions that often go undetected; and emphasizes patient histories as essential tools in maintaining and improving cognitive well-being. Join us for some extremely valuable and practical advice about maintaining and improving your brain health including the nutrients that help with healing from a concussion/brain injury, the best dietary strategies for healing the brain, and much more. This is yet another podcast you won’t want to miss!

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