Brain Injury Awareness

Brain injury is an extremely common condition in our community. The impact on the individual, their care givers and family, and the community is profound. Here at Brainstorm we are trying to create a greater awareness and understanding about brain injury, so we have put together a selection of articles below that you may find beneficial to this topic. 
If your school or community group wish for more information; or for Dr Darren Gray (chiropractor) - a neurological rehabilitation therapist - to schedule a lecture/ presentation, simply contact us. 

An interdisciplinary team approach at Brainstorm 

A successful application of an interdisciplinary team approach to impairments with rehabilitation is dependent on a clear goal. The interdisciplinary goals for the patient with impairments during the early phase may involve: improve mobility and limit impairment. This period may also assist the patient, caregiver and other treatment team, strategies to support the patient. Read more 

Brain Injury 

If you or someone you love has had a brain injury, you may feel overwhelmed by the uncertainty of the recovery process. The brain affects everything a person does. Because no two brain injuries are alike, it’s difficult to know what lasting effects the injury may have - how it will affect who a person is. Read more

Therapy for Brain injury

Brain injury or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a frightfully common disorder that will effect you in some way or another. Many problems can occur after brain injury most of which are responsive to intervention and therapy. Forms of intervention and therapy for brain injury Read more

Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury is an alarmingly common disorder. To assist you in understanding more about this condition we have presented the following article. In the UK, the incidence of traumatic brain injury hospital admissions is over 270 people per 100,000 of the population yearly. In the USA, 5.3 million people more than 2% of the population live Read more

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