One of the biggest things in traumatic brain injury cases is the important role of family members, friends and coworkers who can paint a picture of before and after, because that comparison will really tell the story to the specialists, who are only going to meet the injured individual after the fact. When you can make that comparison it really helps to make a proper diagnosis.
TBIs can result from sports injuries, vehicle accidents, explosions in active military zones, falls, and much more. Traumatic brain injuries can affect people in the same way that other types of injuries can: victims are often unable to work and face mounting medical bills. However, because the brain is such a complex organ that doctors still have a limited understanding of, traumatic brain injuries are a very complex topic.
A traumatic brain injury is any blow to the head that disrupts the brains normal functions, even for a moment. The mildest traumatic brain injuries are concussions with no lasting effect. But at their most serious, traumatic brain injuries can leave their victims permanently disabled, unable to function without help. Victims may never be able […]