When someone suffers a blow to the head or is deprived of oxygen for even a short period, the resulting damage can be life changing for the injured person. Every year, millions of people require medical treatment after suffering a traumatic brain injury in the United States.
While the effects of a severe injury to the brain are often obvious, individuals who suffer a mild traumatic brain injury may not immediately understand the symptoms they begin to experience.
Mild traumatic brain injuries, while difficult to detect on our current medical equipment, can result in severe symptoms, such as headaches, fatigue, vomiting and loss of consciousness.
In an effort to shed light on the seriousness of mild traumatic brain injuries, we recently published a white paper entitled "Don't Be Fooled By The Name: Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries Are Potentially Catastrophic."
The paper discusses the causes and symptoms of mild traumatic brain injuries. In addition, it focuses on the difficult road to recovery for those who suffer such injuries and the steps that can be taken to facilitate a smoother path to regained health.
We encourage you to read the white paper to learn more about mild traumatic brain injuries and what can be done to assist those recovering from such injuries.