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Treatment of a traumatic brain injury

Suffering a traumatic brain injury is every bit as serious as it sounds, as this can change your life forever. The type of treatment a person receives after a traumatic brain injury is based largely on the severity of the injury. For example, a mild injury, such as a concussion, may not require much treatment outside of rest and the use of pain medication.

Outsmarting that liability release at the trampoline park

Trampoline parks have become one of the most popular attractions for children, teens and even active adults. These massive facilities often have numerous trampolines of different sizes and bounciness, allowing visitors to fly through the air to slam-dunk basketballs or dive face-first to avoid a dodgeball. Some have foam pits, where you take a running start and jump, while others have slanted trampolines against the wall that allow people to do incredible acrobatics.

What exactly is an FMRI?

An FMRI, also known as a functional MRI, is an updated version of the MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, machines that are used in the medical field today. The MRI is employed to detect brain activity and to scan other parts of the body for more information on injuries and illnesses.

Did you wake up in unexpected pain after a car accident?

Car accidents are never something you expect to happen on any given day, and in the confusion of the moment (or relief that no one seems hurt), many people drive away thinking that they got very lucky by not suffering an injury. In this case, a person who just experienced a car accident may choose to go on with one's day without making time to seek out quality health care.


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