Head Injuries

Head Injuries
Hypoxic Brain Injury MRI

What is a Hypoxic Brain Injury? 

The brain is a complex and sensitive organ, and like all tissues in the human body, requires oxygen to function properly. Lack of oxygen, known as hypoxia or anoxia, quickly leads to severe cell damage or cell death. Restoring oxygen supply as soon as possible is key to preventing permanent cognitive and functional deficits. There…
Wooden Puzzle

5 Ways to Help a Loved One with a TBI

It is concerning when a loved one sustains a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The uncertainties surrounding recovery and long-term injuries are often overwhelming. Unfortunately, the after-effects of a TBI can be long-lasting and sometimes permanent. According to caregiver.org, an estimated 2.5 million people in the U.S. sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) annually, and 5.3 million…