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Brain injury survivor, Mark Glaser, shares his journey after a motorcycle accid

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Join hosst Amy Zellmer as she chats with brain injury survivor and author, Mark Glasser.

Mark Glaser, author of 58 Feet: The Second That Changed Our Lives, grew up in the small ranching town of Calhan, Colorado, surrounded by airplanes and motorcycles. His love of motorcycles followed him into adulthood. When he met his wife, Robyn, through a mutual friend, he often took her on long dates on his motorcycle. In 2010, Mark and Robyn’s lives were unexpectedly changed when they were involved in a motorcycle accident. Robyn sustained a concussion, but Mark collided with the car that had turned into them and sustained a traumatic brain injury. He was airlifted to a Level I Trauma Center in Lakewood, Colorado where he spent 30 days in the Neurosurgical ICU before being transferred to Craig Hospital for rehabilitation. He has since welcomed two children, and lives in Denver. 

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This episode is sponsored by: Minnesota Functional Neuorolgoy