The Post-Concussion Syndrome

Mel Glenn, MD

Mel Glenn, MD, has been a leader in physical medicine and rehabilitation and brain injury medicine for many decades. He has trained many physicians at all three Boston medical schools during his medical career. Dr. Glenn joined the medical staff of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in 1998, and is an Associate Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard. He is the former Project Director of the Spaulding/Partners Traumatic Brain Injury Model System. He has been the Medical Director of Brain Injury Services in Massachusetts for NeuroRestorative, which operates post-acute residential programs for people with brain injuries, since 1991, and the Medical Director of Community Rehab Care, a community-based outpatient rehabilitation and support services program for adults and children with disabilities since 1996. Prior to 1998, Dr. Glenn served as Professor and Chairman of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. Early in his career, while on the faculty of Tufts University School of Medicine, Dr. Glenn was the Director of the Brain Injury Program at Greenery Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Glenn has published more than 50 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and delivered hundreds of presentations on topics related to brain injury medicine. Dr. Glenn was editor of the “Update on Pharmacology” column of Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation from its inception in 1985 until 2013, and is now Editor Emeritus.

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Thanks to these colleagues for the website photo opportunities:

Kam Gardner, MS, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist
Raymond Samatovicz, MD, Physiatrist, Brain Injury Medicine Specialist
Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center, Vallejo, California

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