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Ways to Donate

Of every dollar donated, 72 cents will fund essential therapies and support for people affected by Traumatic Brain Injuries. The Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit and your contribution is tax deductible. We depend on the generosity of supporters like you.

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Other ways to donate:
  • Private Donations
  • Cause Marketing
  • Corporate Grants
  • Community Participation

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News & Highlights

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Tarzana Man Says MMA Training Session Led To Stroke

On this Thanksgiving, 43-year-old Sean Entin of Tarzana is thankful he is alive. A simple MMA training session led to a stroke on Black Friday four years ago. Today, he’s on the road to recovery.

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Sean’s interview with SCVTV!

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A Stroke Of Luck!

Listen to Sean tell his story in his own words.

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Striking Out Stroke with San Diego Padres

It’s a yearly reminder from the County of San Diego and San Diego Padres. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. They can happen at any time, and knowing the signs of a stroke can be the difference between life and death.

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Post Stroke Rehabilitation: After Acute Care

Post Stroke Rehabilitation: After Acute Care – After the moderate or severe brain injury and the patient survived and came out of coma, many things will happen.

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Post Stroke Rehabilitation: 3 to 4 Weeks Post Stroke

Three or four weeks after the traumatic brain injury, the patient may be feeling a lot better and ready for inpatient rehabilitation. There are still pains, a lot of them for some. Some patients would be craving for some wine and good food.

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A Quick Look at Anat Baniel Method

Anat Baniel Method – A violent blow to the body or head is one of the most common causes of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Serious cases of TBI can result to physical damage to the brain.

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Post Stroke: What to Do When You Leave Inpatient Rehabilitation

Sean’s Video Blog: The road to recovery from traumatic brain injury is never easy. After inpatient rehabilitation, the patient goes back home for another kind of therapy sessions.

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Striking Out Stroke – It’s a yearly reminder from the County of San Diego and San Diego Padres. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. They can happen at any time, and knowing the signs of a stroke can be the difference between life and death.

Strike Out For Stroke Media Speech by Sean Entin (M2i Marked) from Junior Real on Vimeo.

Who We Are‏

The Move2Improve Foundation is a non-profit organization for Traumatic Brain Injury committed to providing high quality out-patient physical rehabilitation…

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What We Do‏

The Move2Improve Foundation has engaged with Carrick Brain Centers to insure you are receiving the best care and support possible.

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Why We Do It

In 2011, I was living my life as a successful businessman, loving father and devoted husband. I had just turned 40, and…

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Patient Services

Carrick Brain Centers

The Move2Improve Foundation has engaged with Carrick Brain Centers to insure you are receiving the best care and support possible. With centers in Irving, TX and Atlanta, GA, Carrick is a multidisciplinary brain rehabilitation center that combines evidence-based diagnostics with leading-edge technologies and treatments.

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Patient Services include:
  • Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP)
  • Individualized Care Plan
  • Dynamic Functional Neurological Therapy

(Source: AP/Chris O’Meara) Veteran Joshua Pitcher, who suffered a brain injury in Iraq, works with an occupational therapist.

Community Support

We need your help.

We invite you to become a part of the M2I community by creating an event, volunteering with our foundation, or recommending someone in your life who has been affected by a TBI to the foundation.

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Ways to show your support
  • Friendship
  • Raise awareness
  • Share your stories
  • Increase knowledge
  • We need volunteers
  • Diminish boundaries
  • Promote our common cause

(Source: Blake Gordon/Aurora Photos) Sgt. Victor Medina, who suffered a brain injury from a roadside blast in Iraq, walks down the hall while tossing a tennis ball from hand to hand working on dynamic hand-eye coordination.

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