Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a very serious matter. Most of these cases are not treated well because of lack of good information on how to treat such an injury. Oftentimes, some law professionals d...
Unfortunately, those who choose to serve their country run a comparatively high risk of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Military personnel are at risk for automobile accidents, the number-one civilian c...
Men and women that serve their county in the military sadly run a higher risk of incurring a debilitating traumatic brain injury (TBI) that do those civilians who might be exposed to less risk-f...
Motorcycle accidents are a well-known leading cause of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Together with auto accidents, they are the single largest cause of brain injury in the United States. One out of ev...
Motorcycle accidents are a well-known leading cause of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Together with auto accidents, they are the single largest cause of brain injury in the United States. One out...
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when the head strikes or is stuck by an object. The head does not have to experience an external blow for the brain to be injured. Brain damage can occur when the h...
A recent study noted that nearly half of traumatic brain injury sufferers struggle with depression. As the family member of a person with traumatic brain injury, you take on a condition that can have ...
Traumatic brain injury can damage the brain, but acquired brain injury can also cause permanent brain damage through anoxic brain injury. Anoxic brain injury occurs when the brain does not receive ox...
They may seem like mere numbers, but statistics and demographics information can give important information on who is affected by traumatic brain injury (TBI) - and possibly shed light on how to preve...
Each year in America, there are millions of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that severely debilitate citizens from a number of common, everyday activities that often depend on the severity of their in...