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Those suffering from a traumatic brain injury, or the family members of a victim of a TBI, understand the seriousness of the neurological damage. They live daily with a physical, cognitive, and emotional impairment that diminishes the victim’s quality of life.


Understanding a brain injury is an important first step in getting help and finding treatment. People assume that you must have an impact to the head to develop a TBI. This is not true. A force such as a whiplash-type injury can cause injury to the brain. At Affiliated Healthcare Centers, we have the best Physicians and the latest technologies to properly diagnose and treat TBIs.

If you or a loved one are experiencing one or more of the following you may find it appropriate to seek a neurological test with our medical team to uncover and treat a potential TBI:

• Memory problems

• Difficulty concentrating

• Mood swings

• Headaches

• Dizziness

• Loss of balance

• Double/blurred vision

• Difficulty sleeping

• Sensitivity to light

• Sensitivity to sound

• Slowed reaction time

• Sadness

• Brain fog

• Easily agitated

• Anxiety

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