Car accidents, falls, innocent bumps on the head - all can cause injury to fragile brain tissue. Some of the most well-known incidents of brain trauma come from stories of football players who have crashed heads as they have collided in a pile on the field, but the five-car pileup in a busy Arizona intersection can damage soft brain tissue just as much.
That NFL offensive linemen and running backs sometimes suffer from concussions seems reasonable. Their heads are getting banged around in their helmets every time they step on the field. Football players are not the only ones who should feel concern about traumatic brain injuries though. From Arizona's youngest residents to its eldest, every person who has ever gotten a bump on the head should be aware of the risk that comes with TBIs.
With media spotlights often on athletes and head injuries, it can be tempting to overlook the link between domestic violence and traumatic brain injuries in women. Domestic violence is a real threat in Arizona homes, though.
Arizona residents who become the victim of a traumatic brain injury face not only catastrophic physical and mental consequences, but also catastrophic financial consequences. The Mayo Clinic defines a TBI as an injury to the body, particularly the head, that causes dysfunction of the brain.
It is essential if you or someone you know suffers from a traumatic brain injury that you know what signs to look for. Any brain injury needs to be treated as soon as possible to prevent more serious injury and to start healing. If you notice any TBI signs, you should head to an Arizona hospital for care.
Alzheimer's is a scary disease. You may know someone in Arizona who has it or even have a loved one affected by it. One thing many people believe is that this disease is only genetic. The truth is that new information leads experts to believe there may actually be links between brain injuries and a person developing Alzheimer's.
Concussions are one of the most prevalant types of brain injuries. They can happen when someone is playing a sport or be the result of a car accident. Anytime a person is hit in the head or otherwise experiences trauma that shakes the brain, a concussion can occur. Knowing if a person has a concussion, though, is not a simple diagnosis.
At the Law Office of Jojene E. Mills, P.C., we are on a crusade against elder abuse in California. We know that both you and your elderly loved one hate having to make the decision that he or she must go into a nursing home to receive the care they need.
When Arizona residents consider brain injuries, they may think about minor wounds such as concussions. However, brain injuries come in a variety of forms and may have different effects upon a person's brain.
From traffic collisions to falling objects, there are many reasons why people of all ages sustain traumatic brain injuries. Sadly, many of these injuries affect children in Pima, and across Arizona. For parents, it is vital to understand potential hazards their children may encounter, such as potentially dangerous playground equipment and playground accidents. Unfortunately, these injuries may occur regardless of how cautious parents and their children are. The Law Office of JoJene Mills also knows that in some cases, children suffer a brain injury at the hands of a negligent medical professional.