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An estimated 2.4 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury each year. The causes of head injuries may vary, but the results are often the same; traumatic injuries to the head and/or brain can cause significant pain and other symptoms that can last far longer than it takes the injury itself to heal.
Concussions are brain injuries too. It's important that you educate yourself on how these injuries are diagnosed and treated, expectations for recovery, long-term effects of concussions and other brain injuries, and more.
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How many different types of common brain trauma can you identify? Do you know the difference between an intracranial and a subdural hematoma? What is the Glasgow Coma Scale? What's the difference between an MRI, CT scan, SPECT span and PET scan?
You don't have to be a doctor to understand some of the basics about head and brain injuries, and that's exactly what this guide is designed to teach. Download your free copy now to learn essential information about the diagnosis and treatment of, and recovery from, a traumatic brain injury, including:
- The mechanics of brain injuries
- Long term implications of serious head trauma
- Factors that affect recovery
- How brain injuries are diagnosed
- A special chapter on head and brain injuries in children
- And more.
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If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, or even if you're simply interested in learning more about this very serious topic, we encourage you to download your free copy of The Layman's Guide to Brain Injuries. Simply fill out the form on this page now.