Undiagnosed Brain Injuries Appear to be Very Common
On June 30, 2003 I was violently tossed in the air by a wooden pallet that was overturned by a force of over 2000 pounds. I
was hurled in the air like a ragdoll at least 20 feet (from launch to landing) and I broke the fall with my shoulder and hand
(judo style). Final resting point was a sitting position, and I was absolutely immobilized -couldn't move a single joint in
my entire body.
As I sat there, I could see a man in the back of a truck (my original position), my brain was able to process this
information, but it could not process my location. I thought I was still in the back of the truck when I was observing him.
It took years and years of reconstructing this trauma over and over in my mind, to figure out the fact that I was not still
in the back of the truck when I was observing this other man.
On June 29, 2003, I was at a wedding, this was brought to my attention about a year after (someone contemplated the
anniversary of the couple in question) and while I am told I attended, I have no recollection regarding this wedding.
Needless to say, I believe that I suffered undiagnosed brain damage on June 30, 2003, and given my retrospective
observations, I wonder whether some experts can provide me with some information regarding the areas in my brain that were
I am currently seeking to take advantage of the principle that the mind can heal the body and I am therefore trying to
understand my injury to be in a better position to heal myself.