Meet Dr. Sandel at the Book Signing Event on December 9

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Kim Cole Real Estate welcomes you to our book signing event celebrating the important work of Elizabeth Sandel, M.D. and her book, Shaken Brain. Join us on Friday, December 9th from 4:30-6:30pm for the festivities.

Elizabeth Sandel, M.D. is a concussion and brain injury medicine specialist, bringing awareness to the lifelong impact of these injuries through years of treating patients as a board-certified physician. She has worked hard to build renewed understanding about concussion and brain injuries to patients, their caregivers, and clinicians alike.

Her book, Shaken Brain, is an elegant approach to the world of head trauma and injury. She marries science with the art of the written word to educate and build a community of advocates. Shaken Brain is a powerful blend of science-backed data and relatable storytelling that inspires us to take action – while instilling hope for a better, healthier, more empowered world.

When: 4:30-6:30pm on Friday, December 9th, 2022
Location: The Ellington, 222 Broadway #101, Oakland, CA
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