Researchers to Test New Device that Could “Jump Start” the Brains of Comatose Patients

Each year, around 1.7 million Americans suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Of those, 275, 000 are hospitalized for serious injuries, such as a coma. Unfortunately, not all of these treated patients will survive. Others may be stuck in a vegetative state for much – if not all – of their lives. A new device, which was recently used to stimulate the brain of a comatose patient in California, [...]

2016-08-30T10:24:00+00:00August 30, 2016|Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney|

Traumatic Brain Injury and Your Risk of Depression

Each year, approximately 1.7 million people experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI). All are at risk for long-term complications and symptoms, including changes affecting sensation, emotions, thinking, and language. Studies have also indicated that at least 25 percent of all victims are at risk of developing major depressive disorder (MDD). If you or someone you love has suffered a concussion, understand what this risk means for your life, your treatment, [...]

2016-08-02T10:36:00+00:00August 2, 2016|Green Bay Personal Injury Attorney|

Knowing How to Recognize Early Signs of TBI Key to Effective Treatment

Each year, an estimated 1.7 million Americans experience a concussion. These injuries, otherwise known as traumatic brain injuries (TBI), are usually caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head and range in severity from “mild” to “severe.” Lasting effects may include memory problems, mood swings, vision problems, and more. Moreover, these effects can linger for months, years, or even the remainder of a victim's life. However, improved outcomes [...]

2016-06-16T15:24:07+00:00June 16, 2016|Wisconsin Brain Injury Attorney|
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