What is a TBI?

A TBI injury or traumatic brain injury occurs when an external force causes brain dysfunction. These injuries often occur from violent blows to the head or a severe jolt to the body that forces the head to move violently. Sometimes an object that penetrates the skull can also lead to TBI.

For mild cases of TBI, there may only be temporary issues, but for more serious traumatic injuries, the damage can be more severe and lead to long-term complications – or worse, death.

TBI can occur in numerous situations, including:

Do You Have TBI? Understanding the Symptoms

The symptoms of TBI are often mistaken for other conditions. Because they have such a wide range of physical and psychological effects, it may not be easy to identify TBI right away. But, if these symptoms occur immediately after an injury, it is more likely you have TBI than if they began months or years later.

The symptoms of TBI can include, but are not limited to:

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