TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY TREATMENT(TBI)
Traumatic brain injury caused by motor vehicle accidents, falls, acts of violence, or sports injuries are few of the common causes of brain injury. Children, older adolescents/young adults (less than 25 years old), and older adults are most at risk for experiencing TBI. Symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can be mild, moderate or severe, depending on the extent of damage to the brain. Mild cases may result in a brief change in mental state or consciousness, while severe cases may result in extended periods of unconsciousness, coma or even death.There are many different kinds of Traumatic Brain Injury Treatments available. Initial Treatment stabilizes the individual immediately following a traumatic brain injury. Rehabilitative Care Center Treatment helps restore the patient to daily life.
Who can benefit from Traumatic brain injury treatment?
Patients who have suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury, may face some of the following impairments commonly associated with it:
- Paresis (muscle weakness)
- Abnormal tone (muscle tightness)
- Motor function
- Postural control
- Arousal level
- Executive functions
- Emotional lability
- Mental inflexibility
TBI Rehabilitation Programme at AktivHealth:
Traumatic Brain injury treatment and rehabilitation involves two essential processes:
– Restoration of functions that can be restored.
– Learning how to do things differently when functions cannot be restored to pre-injury level.
AktivHealth delivers an intensive brain injury rehabilitation program to best address the complex needs of each patient. As a rehab centre we provide the earliest possible start to brain injury rehabilitation to help optimize the recovery of individuals.
Our goal-directed approach helps brain injury patients to:
- Maximize arousal and responsiveness.
- Develop new cognitive (intellectual, reasoning) and behavioral strategies to compensate for any deficits.
- Improve physical function and mobility to enhance the skills needed to perform daily activities.
- Overcome the psychological and social problems that often interfere with the adjustment to an independent life at home, work and/or in the community.