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  • Brain Trauma Rehabilitation Terms [Easy Guide Arounds Difficult Words] – Part 2

    Many of us are so overwhelmed by the process of TBI diagnosis, treatment, and traumatic brain injury rehab, that we don’t even think to ask the important questions or understand everything that the doctor says. A good physician will explain the tests, the diagnosis and the necessary rehabilitation in layman’s terms, but some won’t, or ...
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  • Acquired Brain Injury: An Integrative Neuro-Rehabilitation Approach [2nd Edition]

    Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) – what is it?   Acquired brain injury refers to any type of brain damage that happens after birth. Causes of ABI include disease, blows to the head, alcohol and drug use, or oxygen deprivation. ABI does not entail damage to the brain resulting from neurodegenerative disorders. Coping with the outcomes of acquired brain injury ...
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  • Brain Trauma Rehabilitation Terms [Easy Guide Around Difficult Words] – Part 1

    Many of us are so overwhelmed by the process of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) diagnosis, treatment, and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, that we don’t even think to ask the important questions, or understand everything that the doctor says. A good physician will explain the tests, the diagnosis and the necessary rehabilitation in layman’s terms, but ...
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  • How to Make the Most of Your Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation [5 Essential Tips]

    The outcome of your TBI rehabilitation depends on many factors – the initial diagnosis and prognosis, your rehabilitation team and plan, as well as individual abilities – before and after the catastrophic event.  However, what some patients and healthcare professionals can forget, is that the TBI victims themselves have an amazing impact on the TBI rehabilitation ...
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  • The Effects Of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) On Daily Life

    Our brain is the “control center” for all of our human activities including thinking, sensing, judgment, emotions, breathing and moving. Therefore injuries to your brain can have a significant impact on your daily functioning. The main purpose of rehabilitation after suffering TBI is allowing you to return to the best functionality possible and making sure that ...
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  • Types of Brain Injury Rehabilitation (Neuro Rehab Options)

    The National Institute of Health’s (NIH’s) approach to brain injury rehabilitation In 1998, the NIH held a Consensus Development Conference on Rehabilitation of Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury. The Consensus Development Panel recommended two things. First, that TBI patients have an individualized rehabilitation program developed for them, based on the patient’s strong points and abilities. And secondly, ...
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  • Brain Injury and Heart Attack: How are They Related?

    Brain injury is one of the main contributors to the huge number of disabilities and deaths in the United States every year. Depending on the severity, some patients take years to fully recover. In order to recover well from brain trauma, patients have to undergo different kinds of therapy from the best brain injury rehabilitation ...
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  • Neuroplasticity: Movement is a Medicine

    Not long ago, it was believed that our brains were incapable of change throughout our entire lifespan. It was thought that our brain’s structure and development was mostly permanent following infancy and childhood. Decades of research have revolutionized our comprehension of the human brain, allowing for better recovery outcomes for patients with neurological ...
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  • Dance Your Way to Mobility! (New Research in the Field of Post Acute Rehabilitation Following TBI)

    What is Dance Rehabilitation? Dance rehabilitation is a form of physical therapy with a strong focus on dance-specific movements. The rehabilitation process can address both new and old injuries with exercises and activities intentionally aimed at aiding the recovery. Dance Rehabilitation can actually help people walk and balance better. The ultimate goal is to help better design and ...
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  • Brain Injury and Heart Attack: How are They Related?

    Brain injury is one of the main contributors to the huge number of disabilities and deaths in the United States every year. Depending on the severity, some patients take years to fully recover. In order to recover well from brain trauma, patients have to undergo different kinds of therapy from the best brain injury rehabilitation ...
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