traumatic brain injury

5 Helmet Safety Tips to Prevent Head Injury While Participating in Winter Sports

Common winter sports injuries include sprains, strains, dislocations and fractures. However, head injuries are one of the most serious injuries children can sustain while participating in winter sports.

What Is Spasticity?

Weeks to months after a traumatic injury or the onset of a chronic illness, patients may develop a variety of complications, including a movement disorder called “spasticity.” Patients with spasticity often experience involuntary muscle tightness and stiffness, spasms and slow or uncontrollable movements.

Concussions: Not Just Caused by Sports

concussionRecently, everyone seems to be talking about the importance of properly managing the effects of concussions among athletes, both young and old. However, concussions, which are a type of mild traumatic brain injury, can also be caused by automobile accidents, falls and other blows to the head.

Do You Have Rhythm?

Did you know that having rhythm means more than singing well, dancing beautifully or being able to hit a homerun or catch a touchdown pass?