Brain Injury

TBI In Motor Vehicle Accidents

by Thomas Stroble | September 30th, 2016

X-ray Multiple Part Of Adult And Child And DiseaseTraumatic brain injuries1 (TBIs) are a common result of motor vehicle accidents. They can occur when accident victims strike their heads on an external object or if their head snaps back and forth on the neck. TBI victims are often required to undergo significant medical treatment, miss a significant amount of work, and are severely limited in what they can do on a day-to-day basis. Fortunately, in many instances, they are entitled to significant compensation from the party that caused their accident by filing a Michigan personal injury claim.

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Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome Claims in Michigan

by Thomas Stroble | April 27th, 2016

Senior Female Doctor Reviewing Xray Results With Patient

Slips and falls, auto collisions, and even sports-related head injuries all present the potential for a jarring blow to the head. When a blow to the head causes a mild traumatic brain injury, the resulting injury is typically a concussion. Sufferers of this type of injury may experience a range of symptoms, including impaired memory and judgment, loss of balance, poor coordination, diminished ability to concentrate, and even headaches and migraines. These symptoms are the result of damage to the white matter, blood vessels, and nerve tissues inside the brain.

The prognosis for recovery in the event of a

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Vision Problems Caused By Michigan Brain Injury

by Thomas Stroble | April 20th, 2016

Ophthalmology concept. Male patient under eye vision examination

In the event that a person suffers from traumatic brain injury (TBI), the likelihood of experiencing vision disorders [2] is between 20 and 40 percent. Suffering from vision problems can be very difficult, considering that 80 to 85 percent of learning, activities, cognition, and perception is mediated what we see.

Parts of Vision Effected by TBI in Michigan

There are four parts which human vision is made up of. Those include perception, acuity, field, and motor abilities.

Visual perception allows the interpretation of our surroundings and other information which we receive through the process of visual light interactions in the

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Michigan Mild Brain Injuries

by Thomas Stroble | April 15th, 2016

Ct Scan Of Brain With Red Area ( Imaging For Hemorrhagic Stroke

A mild brain injury is a term used to describe the initial trauma leading to a brain injury. While the circumstances of the injury are implied, even a “mild” brain injury can be quite serious.

Getting a diagnosis for treatment of a mild brain injury is challenging. Many times it can be overlooked especially when the victim does not experience unconsciousness.

The misnomer for this innocuous term has been given clarity by the Centers for Disease Control [1], as part of its Report to Congress on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States. According to the

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March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month In Michigan

by Thomas Stroble | March 22nd, 2016

Uman Brain Against The Background Of Ct ScanThe Brain Injury Association[1] of America (BIAA) leads the nation in observing Brain Injury Awareness Month by conducting an awareness campaign in March each year. The theme for the 2015 to 2017 campaign is: Not Alone.

The Not Alone campaign provides a platform for educating the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of people with brain injuries and their families. The campaign also lends itself to outreach within the brain injury community to de-stigmatize the injury, empower those who have survived, and promote the many types of support that are available.

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