Neuropsychologist Jill Brooks Ph.D. in the Media

Dr. Brooks has a particular interest in concussion and is recognized as a national authority in the area of diagnosis, management, and treatment of concussion in sports. Dr. Brooks has published numerous articles and book chapters in the areas of neurogenic speech and language disorders, executive dysfunction and concussion in sports.

Below You Can Read Dr. Brooks’ Articles:


ESPN Magazine article about a teenage patient of Dr. Brooks that sustained 11 concussions by the age of 16.

ESPN Magazine article about female concussions titled Why does it seem like nobody cares about female concussions? Dr. Jill Brooks finds that more and more of the athletes are young women who have less information about concussion from their coaches and from the media.

Sideline Chatter article about sports concussions titled Awareness of Concussions Front & Center in High Schools. Dr. Jill Brooks is a member of the NJSIAA’s medical advisory committee that put together the Department of Education’s concussion guidelines.

Good Morning America

Good Morning America article about Dr. Brooks’ patient dealing with concussions as a young athlete.

What happens when you have a concussion? – Clifford Robbins
The answer is complicated and lies in how the brain responds when something strikes it. Clifford Robbins explains the science behind concussions.
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