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Gabapentin and Brain Damage: Side Effects and Benefits

Gabapentin has been successfully used to treat some of the effects of brain damage. However, prolonged use can cause serious side effects. Today you will …

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Life after traumatic spinal cord injury

Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: Can Your Injury Get Worse Over Time?

A traumatic spinal cord injury is when an external force strikes the spinal column. It fractures or shifts the vertebrae, causing compression of the spinal …

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how to promote cognitive recovery after stroke

Cognitive Recovery After Stroke: Enhancing Your Brain Power

Cognitive functions like memory, problem-solving, and focus play a significant role in our day-to-day lives.  After a stroke, damage to cognitive functions can drastically impact …

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cerebral palsy behavior problems and management.

Can Cerebral Palsy Cause Behavior Problems?

Are children with cerebral palsy more prone to behavior problems? Behavior problems like temper tantrums are completely normal in any child.  However, the underlying cause …

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man closing eyes and smiling because he has disinhibition after brain injury

Disinhibition After Brain Injury: Causes, Treatment, and Management

Disinhibition after brain injury is a common behavioral issue that occurs early in recovery. It refers to the loss of control over behavior and emotions. …

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smiling woman talking to someone with brain injury in coffee shop

How to Talk to a Person With Brain Injury: Tips for Navigating Conversations After TBI

Persons living with brain injury face a variety of challenges. But for many survivors, one of the most frustrating things they deal with is a …

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Doctor showing patient mri scan of her coup-contrecoup brain injuries

Coup-Contrecoup Brain Injuries: Symptoms, Definition, and Treatment

Coup-contrecoup brain injuries are injuries that occur on both the side of the trauma and the opposite side of the brain. Because they affect multiple …

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understanding flaccid cerebral palsy symptom

Flaccid Cerebral Palsy: How to Manage Low Muscle Tone

Low or flaccid muscle tone (hypotonia) is a rare symptom of cerebral palsy. In fact, most people with cerebral palsy have the opposite condition, which …

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neurosurgeon performing operation on hemorrhagic stroke patient

Surgery for Hemorrhagic Stroke vs. Ischemic Stroke: What Will Doctors Choose?

Sometimes doctors need to perform surgery to treat a hemorrhagic or ischemic stroke. Hemorrhagic stroke is caused by a burst artery in the brain. Ischemic …

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physical therapist stretching man with brain injury contractures

Contractures After Brain Injury: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Contractures are a common side effect of brain injury. They limit joint movement and can interfere with activities of daily living. Today you will learn …

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