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The Transitional Learning Center’s Medical Director Dr. Brent Masel is a true veteran in the field of brain injury treatment and rehabilitation.  As an expert in this field, he is called upon to testify before government entities and has been interviewed by a wide variety of media outlets spanning the spectrum from ESPN to Ladies Home Journal.  Even though Dr. Masel is in great demand across the country, he made a point to make himself  available for local growing media star Chad Jones and his Chattin’ with Chad Show.  In the video below, Dr. Masel and Chad discuss topics ranging from specifics of brain injury treatment at TLC to Dr. Masel’s decision to become a doctor.

Learn about brain injury treatment services at the Transitional Learning Center: tlcrehab.org

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