Traumatic Brain Injury: Corey's Story
Corey Davis was in a motorcycle accident that had left him in a coma for seven weeks and had caused severe traumatic brain injury. Kathleen Bechtold, Ph.D, director of the Johns Hopkins Brain Rehabilitation Program worked with Corey following his accident. Over the course of the years, Corey’s physical and cognitive improvement was dramatic. Corey now competes in triathlons and is the founder of Ocean Games. Ocean Games’ mission is to raise funds for the Johns Hopkins Brain Rehabilitation Program, as well as increase awareness of brain injuries and recovery while promoting the positive effects that sports have on the mind and body.
Finding Hope After Traumatic Brain Injury: Corey Davis’s Story
About the Brain and Stroke Rehabilitation Program
To meet these needs, the Brain and Stroke Rehabilitation Program at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, is a specialized, interdisciplinary program that serves people with acquired brain injuries and their families.