TBI Traumatic Brain Injury


Chronic Pain and Traumatic Brain Injury in a Car Accident

Chronic Pain and Traumatic Brain Injury in a Car Accident

Introduction to Chronic Pain and Traumatic Brain Injury After a Car Accident.  Chronic Pain and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are two of the most poorly understood aspects of life after personal injury.  Chronic pain  and traumatic brain injury can send an injured person into a downward spiral of fatigue, insomnia, and depression and have attendant impairments of bodily function. Such impairments, whether from pain or...

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What to Do if You Think You Have Suffered a Concussion in an Auto Accident

What to Do if You Think You Have Suffered a Concussion in an Auto Accident

Whether you were injured in a car accident, crossing the street or any other activity, it’s important that you be evaluated  for signs of concussion and seek medical treatment as soon as possible. Because a concussion is a form of a traumatic brain injury, you can’t be too careful when it comes to being checked out by a medical professional. Signs of Concussion in Adults...

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TBI and Risk of Premature Death – The Shocking Statistics

TBI and Risk of Premature Death – The Shocking Statistics

Traumatic brain injury doesn’t discriminate. It can happen to people of any age, regardless of race, gender or national origin. It’s often the result of auto accidents, pedestrian accidents and slip-and-fall accidents, and it happens when something jars your head so that your brain hits the inside of your skull. Even sudden stops can cause TBI; it doesn’t take much to damage the delicate tissue...

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Involved in a DUI Accident | You May Have a Brain Injury

Involved in a DUI Accident | You May Have a Brain Injury

There are many problems that can come from being the victim of a drunk driver; but a DUI accident is not just about damage that can be easily seen. There are other issues, such as brain injuries, that can be harder to detect; but these are just as serious – if not more serious – than the obvious physical injuries. March is brain injury awareness...

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Motorcycle Accidents and TBI – The Real Dangers

Motorcycle Accidents and TBI – The Real Dangers

If you’re over the age of 18 in Arizona, you’re allowed to ride a motorcycle without a helmet. While it’s nice to feel the wind in your hair and have the freedom of movement that you don’t enjoy without a helmet, it’s still usually a good idea to wear one. However, you need to be aware that even with a helmet on, you still run...

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