ATLANTA, October 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Traumatic brain injury (TBI) results from impact to the head. Injuries can be mild or more severe and leave bruising, torn tissue, internal / external bleeding, or physical damage to the head and / or brain. The consequences of traumatic brain injury can be fatal or life changing without even realizing it. Diagnosing head trauma after an accident can change the course of a victim’s personal injury claim at the personal injury law firm Cambre & Associates.

Doctors certified by the Hope Neurological & Medical Services Board of Directors treat rare and complex conditions. They provide an accurate diagnosis through physical and psychological assessments. Hope Medical Services includes a videonystagmography (VNG) which observes brain activity from internal and central motor functions. The test may reveal root symptoms of dizziness, dizziness, and balance issues. It is important to get an assessment of the VNG balance before a TBI affects its ability to perform even simpler tasks.

In case of an accident that injures your head, neck or spine, get tested for head trauma, even if there are no physical symptoms. Signs and symptoms can be mild, internal, or delayed – appearing days or weeks later – so injured people may not suspect they have sustained an injury. The wide range of side effects can be physical or psychological, and it is important to be evaluated by a healthcare professional who specializes in head trauma and spinal injuries.

Common causes of traumatic brain injury are traffic accidents, slip and fall injuries, explosions or explosions, sports injuries and blunt trauma. Adults over 65 are at greater risk of being hospitalized or dying from TBI. It is recommended to consult a doctor in the event of an accident resulting in an impact to the head. Some victims are unaware that they have hit their heads because they pass out. Mild symptoms of traumatic brain injury include headache, nausea, speech problems, loss of balance, sensitivity to light, and other sensory issues. Symptoms can be cognitive or behavioral, leading to mood swings, depression, memory loss, insomnia, and more.

Severe damage can cause symptoms like seizures, dilated pupil, numb fingers and toes, confusion, talking or mumbling, and even coma. At the site of an accident or injury, it is important to seek emergency medical attention if the impact is recent. This can compensate for the severity of the damage if medical professionals can treat the injuries quickly.

Cambre & Associates personal injury lawyers have a network of leading medical providers to handle cases involving complex personal injury litigation, catastrophic injury claims and traffic accident claims. Cambre’s lawyers represent clients with brain / back / neck / spinal cord injuries. To learn more about Cambre & Associates or for a free case assessment, please visit www.GlennCambre.com

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The references:

Hope Neurology | Neurological and medical services (hopeneuromed.com)

traumatic brain injury | TBI | MedlinePlus

Head Injury – Symptoms and Causes – Mayo Clinic

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