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Brain Injury Study Guide – Hypopituitarism

"Hypopituitarism is very common after brain injury and is often misdiagnosed. What is hypopituitarism? This means the pituitary gland is not functioning properly. The pituitary gland is the "master gland" that controls all the other hormonal glands within the body. It is a small gland on a stalk sitting in the middle of the brain. Unfortunately, its position, anatomy and blood supply make it vulnerable to traumatic brain injury.”

Read more |29 June 2018

NNRC are pleased to announce that we have set up a joint working initiative with Maggie Sargent & Associates

"To ensure the most accurate assessment of present and future care needs in cases of neurological disability it is fundamental that there is a clear opinion on medical condition and prognosis. NNRC and Maggie Sargent & Associates are pleased to announce their co-operation to underpin better understanding between the medical and nursing disciplines in producing expert care reports and neurological rehabilitation medicine reports. ”

Read more |11 May 2017

Testimonials

"I have worked with NNRC extensively over the last couple of years, mainly on cases where Claimants have suffered catastrophic brain injuries. The support at NNRC is always valuable as I can rely on Kate and the team to keep on top of the expert and ensure that timetables are adhered to."

Alex Brown | New Law Solicitors

"My team and I found your training one of the most interesting and useful training sessions we have been on. I feel that not only do I have more confidence in knowing which type of expert should be dealing with the diagnosis and condition/prognosis questions, but it is good to know we could ask you about this."

"Just a quick note to say I am very pleased with the report and to thank you for arranging to see the Claimant and producing the report so efficiently."

"Your report was extremely thorough and comprehensive, a real game changer in this case."