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No such thing as TMI when it comes to TBI

Most people in New York and elsewhere are familiar with the acronym that signifies "too much information" as TMI. However, when it comes to TBI (traumatic brain injury) the more information a victim obtains the better. Understanding what happens to a brain upon impact, and understanding what types of treatment may help achieve as full a recovery as possible can help athletes, military veterans or those injured in motor vehicle collisions.

Thinking about life after a traumatic brain injury is a challenge

The inability to think clearly happens often with a traumatic brain injury. Whether this condition, and the others that accompany an injury to your brain, rectify themselves depends on the severity of the injury and the part of your brain that is affected. Fortunately, nearly 85 percent of those who suffer a brain injury recover, but if you are one of the 15 percent who does not make a full recovery, you could face lifelong challenges.

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