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9 TBI Occupational Therapy Activities to Help You Regain Independence

These TBI occupational therapy activities will help improve your independence after brain injury. All of these activities can be easily done at home, and are …

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Torticollis and Cerebral Palsy: Is There a Link?

Torticollis and cerebral palsy are both characterized by muscle stiffness and can sometimes be mistaken for one another. To help you understand the differences between …

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How to Eliminate Numbness After Head Injury

Numbness after head injury can cause a complete loss of feeling in various parts of your body. In milder cases, it might give you a …

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How to Cope with Executive Dysfunction After Brain Injury

Executive dysfunction after brain injury can impacts everything from how you make plans to how you socialize with others. It’s enormous effect on quality of …

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy After Traumatic Brain Injury: Benefits and Strategies

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) offers an effective way to help people cope with the emotional and psychological tolls of traumatic brain injury. There are several different …

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man sitting on couch rubbing head to help with his mild TBI recovery

Mild TBI Recovery: Understanding What “Mild” Means & How to Recover

Mild TBIs are more serious than many people realize. If the proper steps are not taken, patients can experience symptoms for months, sometimes years, after …

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Cerebellar Stroke Recovery: How to Prepare Yourself for the Road Ahead

Cerebellar strokes are rare, accounting for less than 2% of all strokes. This means that cerebellar stroke patients must be diligent about asking the right questions during …

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Quality of Life After Spinal Cord Injury: What to Expect and How to Cope

Life after spinal cord injury can require a lot of changes, but that doesn’t necessarily mean your quality of life will decline. Your perspective and …

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7 Life-Saving Ways to Prevent Falling After Stroke

Taking precautions to prevent falling after stroke can help save a life. Falling is the leading cause of accidental home deaths, and they are a …

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11 Spinal Cord Injury Complications and the Best Ways to Manage Them

Spinal cord injury complications will vary from person-to-person depending on the severity and level of injury. Therefore, it’s essential to understand the potential outcomes of …

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