Michael Flomenhaft to participate in panel entitled “Recognizing and Representing Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI/Post Concussion Syndrome) as a Potentially Permanently Incapacitating Injury ” sponsored by the Injured Workers’ Bar Association (IWBA) Spring CLE conference

On April 8, 2022, Michael Flomenhaft will participate in the Injured Workers’ Bar Association (IWBA) Spring CLE conference. His panel is entitled “Recognizing and Representing Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI/Post Concussion Syndrome) as a Potentially Permanently Incapacitating Injury.” A significant focus of his discussion will be the difficulty of many injured workers have, particularly in […]

Excerpt from Michael Flomenhaft’s presentation entitled “Challenges in Proving Long Term Effect of Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury,” given at Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology and Long Island Spine Care Affiliates (LISCA) symposium

Excerpt from Michael Flomenhaft’s presentation, given at Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology and Long Island Spine Care Affiliates (LISCA) Symposium, November 16, 2021. He addresses the importance of evaluating white matter injuries. “Challenges in Proving Long Term Effect of Concussion/ Mild Traumatic Brain Injury” The biggest source of difficulty and misdirection for attorneys handling concussion cases is failure […]

Michael Flomenhaft will lecture on concussion/mild traumatic brain injury at Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology and Long Island Spine Care Affiliates (LISCA) symposium

On November 16, 2021, Michael Flomenhaft will lecture at a symposium entitled Traumatic Brain Injury: A multidisciplinary symposium, Identification and Management of Concussion as Traumatic Brain Injury in Clinical Practice, sponsored by Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology and LISCA. Mr. Flomenhaft will address “Challenges To Proving Long Term Effects of Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.” This topic is important […]

Michael Flomenhaft’s presentation entitled “Legal Aspects of Neurotrauma,” given at the 2021 Annual Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics Conference

On July 11, 2021, Michael Flomenhaft presented “Legal Aspects of Neurotrauma,” at the 2021 Annual Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics Conference. Since neurotrauma typically refers to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and the vast majority of TBI is mild TBI or concussion, this presentation addresses the interplay between the medical assessment of mild TBI/concussion and […]

Michael Flomenhaft’s presentations on “Brain Injury from a Legal Point of View” and “Legal Aspects of Neurotrauma” featured at 2021 Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics Conference are addressed in Business Wire

The invitation to Mr. Flomenhaft to present at this conference was based on his recognized expertise in the field of neuroscience and its applications to civil cases such as Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)/Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). See August 11, 2021 release featured in Business Wire below: Business Wire August […]

Michael Flomenhaft spoke about neuroscience and Qigong at 2020 Global Summit

On September 24, 2020 Michael Flomenhaft shared his perspectives on neuroscience and its relation to Qigong. His interview entitled “Qigong: Increasing Brain Body Connectivity Through Enhanced Neuroplasticity” addressed its relationship to neuroscience including its efficacy and importance for increasing brain body neural connectivity through enhanced neuroplasticity. In turn, neuroscience supports its benefits associated with Qigong.

Michael Flomenhaft chaired and lectured at landmark conference: “Neuroscience in the Courtroom” at Fordham Law School

Michael Flomenhaft chaired and assisted by Benedene Cannata moderated panels, and was a featured speaker at a full day CLE conference at Fordham Law School: “Neuroscience in the Courtroom”. This landmark conference presented various panels regarding how neuroscience understandings and applications are greatly informing proof of brain injury, pain and the brain basis for behavior. […]

Michael Flomenhaft lectured to National Football League player retirees regarding flaws and tripwires of proposed NFL settlement agreement

Michael Flomenhaft showed how the NFL’s settlement proposal excludes from recovery an overwhelming majority of players who have suffered brain injury. Moreover, for those relative few that would be entitled to recovery, the compensation formulas would result in recoveries that for many former players would be but a slight fraction of any amount commensurate with the […]