Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) have severe short-term effects on daily life and can affect a person long-term, even years after the injury. Physical and emotional symptoms can be long-lasting, causing stress and frustration not just for the patient but also for family members.
Some patients even report symptoms over 20 years after the injury. The leading cause of traumatic brain injuries are accidents (often car accidents) and falls by senior citizens, which pose unique challenges for rehabilitation.
This article will focus on long-term brain injury symptoms and options for managing their symptoms with post-acute rehab.
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