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  • Everything You Need to Know About Brain Aneurysm: Part 2

    A brain aneurysm is a silent killer. It doesn’t come with any signs or symptoms until it ruptures, which is a life-threatening situation. Also called cerebral aneurysm, this condition affects 1 in every 50 Americans. It is greatly linked to high blood pressure — the leading cause of stroke, heart disease, and death in the ...
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  • Everything You Need to Know About Brain Aneurysms: Part 1

    A brain aneurysm, medically known as a cerebral aneurysm, develops when a weakened part of a brain artery bulges out, creating a pocket filled with blood. Whether big or small, this ballooned spot in the artery can press on the tissues surrounding it. If the brain aneurysm ruptures, bleeding will occur, a condition known as ...
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  • Fall Prevention Guidance from a Physical Therapist

    Falls are a growing problem. Oftentimes a fall causes functional impairments, increased pain, decreased activity, and reduced quality of life. Reports show that falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), accounting for more than 49% of TBIs among children, and 81% among adults aged over 64 years. Falls also contribute to ...
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  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Are you at risk?

    Brain injury is incredibly common in the United States, with a staggering 2.8 million Americans sustaining TBI annually – and TBI is just one category of brain injury. However, most TBIs experienced are mild, commonly called concussions. Additionally, nearly 90% of people affected by TBI are treated and released from an emergency department. What happens ...
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  • What makes us the best at brain injury rehabilitation

    Brain injuries are incredibly common in the United States and they can be differentiated by their origin into two categories: before birth injury, and acquired brain injury (ABI). ABI is further divided into 3 groups: traumatic (TBI), mild-traumatic, and non-traumatic. In the United States alone the number of TBI- related emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and ...
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  • About our Post Acute Rehabilitation Services

    We live in a world where accidents are inevitable. Some smaller accidents happen every day – a paper cut, walking into a cabinet, dropping something, and their consequences are very petite. However, some people experience severe accidents in their lives that can flip their everyday upside down and cause tremendous health issues. For instance, vehicle ...
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  • Brain Trauma Rehabilitation Terms [Easy Guide Arounds Difficult Words] – Part 3

    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 term. But, some won’t, or ...
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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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