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  • Personality Changes Caused By Traumatic Brain Injuries
    Personality Changes Caused By Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Following a traumatic brain injury (TBI), one of the hardest parts for survivors and their families to understand and accept is a personality change. Prior to the injury, someone may have been known ...

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  • Can A Spinal Cord Injury Be Cured?
    Can A Spinal Cord Injury Be Cured?

    Spinal cord injuries are among the most serious types of survivable injuries that an individual can incur. Less than 1 percent of spinal-cord injury victims leave the hospital with a complete ...

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  • Emergency Warning Signs Of A Spinal Cord Injury
    Emergency Warning Signs Of A Spinal Cord Injury

    One of the first things people do after a car accident is to check their fingers, arms and legs for proper movement response. This might seem like common sense, but what you may not know is that ...

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  • Common Behavioral Problems Following Brain Injuries
    Common Behavioral Problems Following Brain Injuries

    When someone suffers a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or even multiple concussions, the outcome can be a noticeable change in his or her behavior and emotions. The reason this happens is that there is a ...

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  • Living With A Spinal Cord Injury: Expectations And Recovery
    Living With A Spinal Cord Injury: Expectations And Recovery

    A spinal cord injury, or SCI, is usually caused by a violent blow to the head, back or spine. When vertebrae are fractured, the shattered bone fragments can tear the spinal cord. The spinal cord is ...

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  • Why Do Brain Injuries Negatively Affect Families And Personal Relationships?
    Why Do Brain Injuries Negatively Affect Families And Personal Relationships?

    Relationships and family dynamics following brain injuries are often negatively affected. This is because many things change for brain injury survivors—even the way they relate to others. Some of the ...

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