Dr. Clive Bezzina is a distinguished Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, renowned for his pioneering work in the advancement of specialised neurorehabilitation and trauma services in Stoke on Trent. Dr. Bezzina’s passion for neurorehabilitation extends not only to clinical care but also to his role as a medico-legal expert. A Senior […]
Securing a medical expert witness for your legal case can present numerous challenges, from the availability of experts to pinpointing the right clinician to provide evidence for your case. Consequently, solicitors and legal teams are increasingly turning to expert witness agencies to find the most appropriate fit for their needs. […]
This autumn, NRC Medical Experts is hosting a three-part webinar series, designed to inform and educate legal teams, case managers, and medical experts on a variety of challenging topics within the medico-legal sector. Whether you are working within clinical negligence, personal injury or catastrophic injury, the upcoming webinars will provide […]
A new research platform led by the University of Cambridge, TBI-REPORTER, will bring together leading experts to enable better and more coordinated research into traumatic brain injury. It is hoped that this will result in more people receiving appropriate treatment due to better forecasting of how a particular injury is […]
New research findings offer a significant shift in our understanding of spinal cord injuries, pointing to the immune system’s response as a key player. The research shows age has a part to play in this response, with the immune system being less robust in responding to such injuries as we […]
June is the Stroke Association’s Aphasia Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about aphasia, a language and communication disorder that can affect individuals. Although stroke is the leading cause of aphasia, it’s important to recognise that this condition can also arise from other neurological conditions and injuries.  Understanding […]
Emerging research suggests that female athletes may face specific challenges and experience a higher rate of concussions, along with a wider range of more severe and prolonged symptoms. To address this critical need for tailored research, a groundbreaking international study on concussion in sportswomen has been announced by the organisation […]
A new study conducted at the University of Cambridge unveils the potentially enduring repercussions of seemingly mild concussions, underscoring the necessity for specialised medical insight for medico-legal teams. The research showed that a substantial number of individuals with mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBI) could experience significant changes in their brain’s […]
A study conducted at Thumbay Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Hospital in Ajman, UAE has demonstrated the potential of neurorehabilitation for patients with prolonged disorders of consciousness (PDOC). PDOC is an umbrella term referring to conditions where a person’s ability to be conscious is affected for a prolonged period. This often […]
Children who suffer acquired brain injury (ABI) can face serious impediments to their educational development, making it difficult for them to reach their potential at school. About the Childhood Acquired Brain Injury Schools Survey A collaboration between the School of Psychology at Swansea University, Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT), United […]