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Rehab is important after a traumatic brain injury

If you or a loved one suffers a traumatic brain injury, it’s imperative to receive the proper medical care from day one. Doing so increases the likelihood of making a full or near full recovery.

Fortunately, there are many steps you can take after a traumatic brain injury to inch closer toward feeling like your old self. One of the best things you can do is partake in rehab, as directed by your medical team.

Rehab can help you in a variety of ways, such as:

  • Improving your ability to function on your own, thus allowing you to return home sooner rather than later
  • Providing the emotional support you require during your recovery
  • Treating both physical and mental issues related to traumatic brain injury
  • Helping you adapt to any physical or mental impairments you’re working through

Furthermore, rehab can help prevent serious complications of a traumatic brain injury, such as:

  • Pain and discomfort
  • Blood clots
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Muscle spasms and weakness
  • A drop in blood pressure during activity
  • Sexual functioning issues
  • Bedsores
  • Pneumonia
  • Bladder and bowel functioning issues

As long as you follow the direction of your medical team, your rehab is can help you heal from your accident.

Recovering from a traumatic brain injury is a long and winding road, but with the right approach you can make progress. As you familiarize yourself with your injury and understand the impact on your life, don’t hesitate to learn more about your accident. Not only will this help you better understand your health, but it will also provide you with the information you need to hold any negligent party accountable.

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Carlton F. Bennett Mr. Bennett is recognized as an expert in traumatic brain damage litigation, nursing home malpractice, and wrongful death cases. He has obtained numerous multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for traumatic brain injury survivors, and other cases involving serious injuries.
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