|Title||Physical Activity and Traumatic Brain Injury|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Authors||Irwin, K, Ede, A, Buddhadev, H, Driver, S, Ronai, P|
|Journal||Strength and Conditioning Journal|
|Pagination||43 - 47|
Completing the recommended amounts of physical activity in the form of strength and conditioning exercises each week may prevent regression of performance, decrease the risks of secondary health conditions, and improve the functional capacity of an individual with a traumatic brain injury helping regain independence after injury.