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"Our neurologist will conduct a thorough neurological evaluation to assess for any signs of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The examination will include assessments of mental functioning, speech, balance, reflexes, and vision to determine the severity of the injury, ranging from mild to severe."

The consequences of TBI can be wide-ranging and potentially devastating. Some of the common effects of TBI include:

• Physical: headaches, loss of coordination, weakness or numbness in extremities, seizures

• Cognitive: difficulty with memory, attention, and decision-making

• Behavioral: mood swings, irritability, depression, and aggression

• Communication: difficulty with speaking, understanding, and expressing thoughts.

It is important to seek immediate medical attention if you suspect that someone has suffered a TBI, as prompt treatment can minimize the severity of the damage and improve the chances of a full recovery.

TBI can have long-lasting effects on a person's quality of life and can also impact their families and loved ones. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the signs and symptoms of TBI, as well as the available resources and support that can help individuals recover and lead fulfilling lives.


Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a type of injury to the brain caused by a sudden and violent blow to the head. It can result in damage to the brain cells, tissues, and blood vessels, leading to physical, cognitive, and behavioral changes.

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