The Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury Program at Boston Medical Center cares for inpatients and outpatients with injuries related to motor vehicle collisions, falls, assaults, work, and sports. Our expert neurologists care for patients over the full course of their recovery, including treating the long-term effects of traumatic brain injuries, at convenient locations across Massachusetts. 

Neurology

The Neurology Department offers a full spectrum of neurological care for all neurological disorders, from epilepsy to headaches to Alzheimer’s disease. Our robust research program…

Ryan Center for Sports Medicine at Boston University

From casual bikers and weekend warriors to best-in-class athletes, anyone can experience injuries. If you’ve experienced a sports-related injury or condition, BMC’s expert sports …

Pediatrics - Neurology

Our pediatric neurologists diagnose and treat children with all types of nervous system disorders from sleep and movement disorders to concussions and other head trauma.

Psychiatry

In the Department of Psychiatry, our comprehensive model combines compassionate, culturally sensitive care with state-of-the-art treatment for mental health conditions, addiction,…

Neurosurgery

The Department of Neurosurgery at Boston Medical Center is a full- service clinical and academic program that provides advanced treatment for patients with a broad spectrum of dis…

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Education and Training

Neurology residency

Our faculty are involved in the training and education of medical students and neurology residents and fellows. We also provide education for primary care providers on proper initial evaluation and treatments for sport-related neurological injuries.

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Research

Brain injury research

Our division has been involved with the DIAGNOSE CTE and HOPE studies which evaluate the causes and risks for memory and behavioral symptoms after repetitive head injuries. We also work with Boston University Sports Medicine to identify the optimal management of concussion and post-concussion syndromes.