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Resources Needed for Children With TBI

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can, of course, be serious for a person of any age. However, children who experience brain injuries can experience different symptoms and effects than many adults. This is because the brains of children are not yet fully developed and the effects can vary depending on the specific stage of development of a particular TBI patient. Therefore, the needs of a young brain injury patient must be evaluated on an individual basis. While a TBI can be a different experience for each young patient, brain injuries have the p... Read more

When Can You Recover For A Sports-Related TBI?

Athletes of all ages involved in many different sports are at risk of sustaining traumatic brain injuries (TBI) during the course of practice or play. Like many sports-related injuries, some TBIs are unavoidable and simply occur as part of the game. However, in other situations, the athlete or a young athlete’s parents may have legal rights following a sports-related TBI. In many cases, sports participants accept the risk that they may be injured. For example, if a parent signs their child up for soccer, they likely assume the risk that their... Read more

The Effects of TBI

Anytime you suffer a blow or jolt to the head, you risk sustaining a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Damage to the brain tissue can be very serious and requires prompt medical attention and treatment. Even with necessary treatment, this type of injury can have lasting effects on a victim’s life. The following is some information regarding the effects of a TBI. Signs and Symptoms The signs and symptoms of a brain injury can vary significantly from patient to patient and sometimes may not show up for days after an accident. For this reason, any t... Read more

There is Nothing Mild about a Mild TBI

Of the millions of people who sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year, a substantial number sustain TBIs that can be classified as “mild.” Of the three classifications of TBI, “mild” is the least serious, with the other two classified as “moderate” or “severe,” according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. While this classification may cause one to believe that mild TBIs are not a serious medical issue, this is certainly not the case and any degree of TBI requires medical attention. What Kind... Read more