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Gregory J. O'Shanick

President and Medical Director

CENTER FOR NEUROREHABILITATION SERVICES

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CENTER FOR NEUROREHABILITATION SERVICES

Center For Neurorehabilitation Services 7401 Beaufont Springs Drive Suite 205

Richmond, Virginia,23225

United States

Company Description

Since 1991, the Center for Neurorehabilitation Services (CNS) has been providing comprehensive, patient-centered, medical services for individuals who have sustained brain injury as a result of trauma, stroke, infection or other causes. Our experienced team ... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

National Medical Director

Brain Injury Association of America , Inc.


Adjunct Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences

Keck Medicine


Tenured Associate Professor

Medical College of Richmond


Affiliations

BIAA

President and Med Director


American Academy of Neurology

Member


American Psychiatric Association

Fellow


American Society of Neurorehabilitation

Member


American Neuropsychiatric Association

Member


Examination Committee

Committee


The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Inc

Brain Injury Medicine Examination Committee


American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Brain Injury Medicine Examination Committee


American Academy for Certification of Brain Injury Specialists

Board of Governors


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Advisor


Department of Defense

Advisor


National Institutes of Health

Advisor


National Institute

Advisor


Education

Ohio State University


M.D.

American Academy of Neurology


MD

University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston


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Staff Profiles

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Gregory J. O'Shanick, MD
Gregory J. O'Shanick, MD President and Medical Director Dr. O'Shanick has been the Medical Director of the Center for Neurorehabilitation Services in Richmond, VA, since 1991. After attending Ohio State University, he entered the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and received his MD in 1977. His post-graduate studies were at Duke University Medical Center. His academic career includes faculty appointments at Duke University Medical Center, the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Medical College of Virginia and, most recently, in the Department of Neurological Surgery and the Virginia Neurological Institute at the University of Virginia. He has authored more than 100 publications, including editing or co-editing three textbooks. As a result of his international reputation in neuropsychiatry and neurorehabilitation, he was asked to be the first National Medical Director of BIAA in 1996, a post he vacated in 2010 when he was elected Chair for BIAA's Board of Directors. His contributions to BIAA during his tenure were recognized by naming him Medical Director Emeritus. Dr. O'Shanick is a member of the American Neuropsychiatric Association, the American Academy of Neurology, the American Society of Neurorehabilitation and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He has previously chaired a panel developing evidence-based guidelines for the evaluation of mild traumatic brain injury and has received commendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control for his contributions to the CDC Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Work Group and the "Report to Congress on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States: Steps to Prevent a Serious Public Health Problem" submitted in September 2003. He currently sits on the Examination Committee selected by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry to develop the subspecialty Board examination in Brain Injury Medicine.


Staff Profiles

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Gregory J. O'Shanick, MD
President and Medical Director


Las Vegas Injury Attorney – Brain and Spine Injury Law Blog

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Dr. Gregory O'Shanick, President and Medical Director of the Center for Neurorehabilitation Services in Richmond, Virginia and the Medical Director Emeritus of the Brain Injury Association of America testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade on Tuesday, May 24 to discuss the Youth Sports Concussion Act, H.R. 4460.


Neurology Now: THIS WAY IN: The Tragic Death of Natasha Richardson -- American Academy of Neurology

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Fortunately, this isn't common, says Gregory J. O'Shanick, M.D., president and medical director of the Center for Neurorehabilitation Services in Richmond, VA, and national medical director of the Brain Injury Association of America.
But prompt evaluation after a brain injury with a CT head scan can help detect dangerous bleeding. If a hematoma does exist, doctors will "drill into the skull to drain the clot before it can crowd the brain and cause further damage," Dr. O'Shanick says. When a force is applied to the head and then transmitted through the skull to the brain, blood vessels may be torn or damaged, according to Dr. O'Shanick. As a result, says Dr. O'Shanick, the vessels may leak blood into spaces in the skull and brain. "Generally, though, blood clots are not common after a brain injury, especially those in the mild to moderate range of severity," says Dr. O'Shanick. When used for sports, protective headgear may soften the force of a blow to the head, making a clot less likely, he said.


Dr. Brent Masel Named BIAA National Medical Director

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Dr. Masel takes over from Dr. Gregory O'Shanick, president and medical director for Center for Neurorehabilitation Services, PC, who had served as BIAA's national medical director for more than 14 years before becoming chairman of BIAA's board this year.


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