Traumatic brain injury involuntary movements occur when the communication between the brain and the muscles is disrupted. There are various types of post traumatic movement
Category: TBI Side Effects
Extreme fatigue after brain injury is a common but frustrating problem for many TBI survivors. Not only can it make everyday activities more challenging to
Survivors may experience pure alexia after brain injury, which involves difficulty with reading. This usually occurs when a brain injury affects the posterior left hemisphere
Damage to Broca’s area, a small region located in the frontal lobe, can lead to a speech disorder known as Broca’s aphasia or expressive aphasia.
Tremors after brain injury, also known as post-traumatic tremors, are a rare side effect of TBI. They mostly occur after damage to the cerebellum. Sometimes,
Many survivors may experience ringing in the ear, or tinnitus, after head injury. The sound may be steady, or pulsating, and it may seem as
Individuals may experience seizures after head injury depending severity and location of the injury. For example, an injury to the frontal lobe can increase the
There are various secondary effects survivors may experience after traumatic brain injury and intestinal dysfunction is among the most common. This can include a variety
There are various complications of traumatic brain injury (TBI) that may arise immediately after the event or later in recovery. The risk of developing complications
When the hypothalamus becomes damaged after a brain injury, some survivors may feel too cold or too hot or may even alternate between the two.