Episode #33 - Mike Adamle Tackles Life with PTE and CTE featuring Kim and Mike Adamle


Mike Adamle was a fierce competitor in both college and the NFL, and went on to have a thriving career in broadcast journalism.  Now Mike must tackle life with challenging diagnoses; epilepsy and CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy).

On this episode, the former Big Ten All-American, NFL player, and broadcaster along with his wife, Kim, discuss Mike’s 20+-year fight against the effects of post-traumatic epilepsy (PTE) and the subsequent CTE diagnosis he later received. True to his nature, Mike is facing these challenges head-on with Kim’s support. Learn what Mike and Kim are doing to manage his epilepsy, combat the cognitive impact, and give hope to others dealing with the effects of traumatic brain injuries.

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