Category: Brain Injuries

Do you have an undiagnosed brain injury?

Brain Injuries,Our Blog | August 24, 2017

A blow or sudden jerking of your head can lead to a brain injury. Often referred to as concussions, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are serious, no matter how mild. Recognizing a brain injury Mild brain damage can be difficult to recognize. If you, a family member or a friend has been in a car crash,…

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Traumatic brain injury: The many treatment strategies

Brain Injuries,Our Blog | July 10, 2017

Many people are unable to make the best decisions regarding their care after suffering serious head injuries. With a variety of treatment strategies available, anyone with a traumatic brain injury will want to consider all of his or her treatment options with the help of a loved one and medical professionals. The type of medical…

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Are You A Caregiver For Someone With A Brain Injury?

Brain Injuries,Our Blog | June 5, 2017

A traumatic brain injury can affect every aspect of your life. However, there are some instances in which only one or two symptoms are present. If you have a loved one who is dealing with a traumatic brain injury, you should try to understand how the injury might affect your loved one. Difficulties with caregiving…

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Spock’s damaged brain: TBI and elevated risk of early death

Brain Injuries | April 9, 2014

Science fiction stories are full of scenarios where brains are preserved after death. In the original “Star Trek” series, for example, the brain of the iconic character Mr. Spock is hijacked by an alien civilization. The aliens repurpose it as a master computing device to control their life-support systems – leaving Mr. Spock’s body in…

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