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Dr. Gregory J. O'Shanick MD

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Brain Injury Association of America , Inc.

1608 Spring Hill Road Suite 110

Vienna, Virginia 22182

United States

Company Description

The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the country's oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization. Our mission is to advance awareness, research, treatment and education and to improve the quality of life for all individuals ... more

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Employment History

President and Medical Director


Adjunct Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences

Keck Medicine

Tenured Associate Professor

Medical College of Richmond


American Academy of Neurology

American Psychiatric Association

American Society of Neurorehabilitation

American Neuropsychiatric Association

Chair for Board of Directors

Examination Committee

Board of Governors
American Academy for Certification of Brain Injury Specialists

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Department of Defense

National Institutes of Health

Brain Injury Medicine Examination Committee
The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Inc

Brain Injury Medicine Examination Committee
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

National Institute


Ohio State University


American Academy of Neurology


University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

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Gregory J. O'Shanick, M.D., is named as NHIF's first national medical director, a volunteer position that Dr. O'Shanick will hold for more than 15 years.

BIAA Participates in White House Summit on Youth Sport Concussions [cached]

Greg O'Shanick, M.D., former chairman of the board and medical director emeritus of BIAA, will represent the organization and discuss BIAA's efforts surrounding youth sport concussion interventions. Dr. O'Shanick has treated patients with brain injuries for more than 30 years and has served on the faculties of three different medical schools in addition to his work with BIAA and in private practice.

With a generous grant from SAP, the world leader in enterprise software solutions, BIAA is developing an app that will give parents, teachers, coaches, and allied health professionals a platform to communicate with one another. The app will also provide tools to help parents and students know when it is safe to return to school after concussion.
"Teamwork does not end on the playing field," Dr. O'Shanick said during a meeting on BIAA's work on youth sport concussions.

Submit a Nomination for BIAA's Prestigious Awards [cached]

2014 Gregory J. O'Shanick, MD 2013 Brent E. Masel, MD

Las Vegas Injury Attorney – Brain and Spine Injury Law Blog [cached]

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 [cached]

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.

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