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4 Common Misconceptions About Concussions

Posted August 25, 2022

Traumatic brain injuries are a major cause of disability and death in the United States. The most commonly diagnosed type of traumatic brain injury is the concussion. A concussion is damage to the brain caused by an external force, such as a blow to the head. Concussions can happen in many different accidents in Florida,… read more

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Difference Between Mild, Moderate and Severe Brain Injuries

Posted August 14, 2022

Brain injuries are complex. There is still much to be discovered about how the brain works, responds to injury and heals. The primary factor in determining how much a brain injury will impact a victim is the severity of the damage to the brain. When a doctor diagnoses a traumatic brain injury (TBI), he or… read more

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What Are the Medical Expenses Associated With Brain Injuries?

Posted August 13, 2022

A brain injury can affect every aspect of a victim’s life, from the way he or she thinks and acts to his or her physical capabilities. The medical care associated with a brain injury can be extensive and last for many years. The total cost of required health care surrounding a traumatic brain injury can… read more

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The Long-Term Effects of an Untreated Head Injury

Posted July 30, 2022

Head and brain injuries are some of the most dangerous types of injuries, as they can come with lasting or even permanent health consequences. A traumatic brain injury can cause physical, emotional and cognitive changes in a survivor. If left untreated, a head injury can cause even more severe damage to the brain. This is… read more

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What You May Not Know About Head Trauma

Posted October 19, 2016

Head trauma and brain injuries are surrounded by a wealth of myths and, unfortunately, many people may not know as much as they should about this potentially serious injury. Let us shed some clarity on this topic and debunk some of these untruths. A commonly held belief is that younger individuals have an easier time… read more

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National Brain Injury Awareness Month

Posted March 11, 2015

According to the Brain Injury Association of America, March has been designated as National Brain Injury Awareness Month, to promote discussion of traumatic brain injuries. Each year, around 2.4 million children and adults in the Unites States suffer a traumatic brain injury, with two percent of the entire population still suffering from remnant issues from… read more

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