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How to Prepare a Child for a Parent’s Traumatic Brain Injury

From speaking with a traumatic brain injury attorney to creating a plan to deal with the financial implications of such an injury, life can be overwhelming for anyone after a brain injury. With all of the major decisions that must be made, it can be easy to forget that a parent’s brain injury can have […]

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4 Warning Signs of Brain Injury to Watch for After a Head Trauma

Serious accidents that involve trauma to the head often show their injuries immediately. You can tell almost from the beginning that it’s probably worth it to speak with a brain injury attorney. Other accidents don’t always reveal the true depth of their injuries till quite some time later. This can be especially true where the […]

By | September 4th, 2013|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on 4 Warning Signs of Brain Injury to Watch for After a Head Trauma

Traumatic Brain Injury Could Increase Your Risk for Stroke

If you or a loved one has had a traumatic brain injury, or a TBI, you know that the recovery can be long, daunting, and difficult. In fact, many people need to seek the help of a brain injury attorney in Milwaukee to get the assistance they need to recover. Did you know that a […]

By | August 13th, 2013|Categories: Traumatic Brain Injury|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Traumatic Brain Injury Could Increase Your Risk for Stroke

New Studies Link Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke

After reviewing years of medical records, researchers in Taiwan, the University of Michigan, and the VA Center for Clinical Management and Research have found strong correlations between the incident of traumatic brain injury and the incident of stroke, especially in those aged under 50 years.  The researchers at the University of Michigan and the VA Center […]

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Brain Injury Victims Could Benefit From Vitamin D

Recent research results from the Netherlands closely linked chronic fatigue in traumatic brain injury victims with a vitamin D deficiency. The study closely monitored 90 individuals with brain injuries, 45 of which had chronic fatigue. The patients were monitored closely with the researchers studying their behavior including sleep, daily activity, emotions, and quality of life. […]

Traumatic Brain Injury Assisted Living Lakefront Home

Recently Rozek Law Offices, SC has been contacted by the owners and operators of an adult assisted living home that specializes in Traumatic Brain Injury Care. See Also:  Milwaukee Brain Injury Attorney Because Rozek Law offices focuses its practice on representative of brain injury victims in Wisconsin, the owners asked if we could share with […]

Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness

The following is a guest post provided by CareMeridian,a sub-acute and skilled nursing/rehabilitation facility, located throughout the Western United States, for patients suffering from traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, or medical complexities such as neuromuscular or congenital anomalies. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a condition that affects the most vital part of the human […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury After An Accident

Individuals that have been in an accident and had a blow to the head may not feel the effects of a brain injury until months after the incident. The accident may be minor but the repercussions can be enormous. Many brain injuries require years, and sometimes a lifetime, of rehabilitation. Medical bills quickly add up […]

Brain Injuries from Slip and Fall Accidents

According to InjuryBoard.com, each year over 1.5 million people suffer from a brain injury in the United States, alone. That is more than 6 times the number of people who will be diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, suffer a spinal cord injury, contract HIV/AIDS, and be diagnosed with breast cancer, combined. The largest contributing factor of […]

Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics

Falls, car crashes and surgeries can lead to brain injuries. People who have been injured may experience balance and coordination problems, extreme fatigue, memory loss, concentration difficulty, anxiety, depression, impulsive behavior or impaired judgment. Brain injuries can lower an individual’s performance at school and at work, interfere with personal relationships and bring financial ruin. Even […]

By | January 5th, 2010|Categories: General, Traumatic Brain Injury|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics
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