Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

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Recovering from brain injuries can be excruciating, requiring significant time to adjust to changes and the complex nature of treatment. Individuals affected by TBI often experience symptoms that directly relate to the brain injury, such as paralysis and other functional disabilities. Brain injury rehabilitation focuses on restoring the functional ability for day-to-day activities. Common symptoms include
  • One-sided or bilateral weakness and numbness of the arms and legs
  • Pain and tightness in the arms and legs
  • Difficulty with speech
  • Cognitive impairments such as memory problems, slow thinking skills, and attention issues
  • Behavioral changes such as aggression
  • Mood changes including depression and anxiety
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Bladder and bowel incontinence
  • Visual problems
  • Hearing problems
Rehabilitation Approach

Our Neuro Rehabilitation Team comprises a Rehabilitation Physician, Experienced Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Clinical Neuropsychologists, and Remedial Trainers. TBI patients receive individualized rehabilitation programs based on their strengths and capacities. Rehabilitation services are modified over time to adapt to the patient’s changing needs. These programs typically include:

  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation : Focus on restoring physical function and mobility.
  • Physical Therapy : Exercises to improve strength, balance, and coordination.
  • Occupational Therapy : Activities to help patients perform daily tasks independently.
  • Speech/Language Therapy : Techniques to address speech and communication difficulties.
  • Clinical Psychology : Support for cognitive and emotional challenges.
  • Social Suppor t: Assistance with adapting to disabilities and modifying living spaces for easier day-to-day activities.
Medical Complications

Rehabilitation Physicians address several medical complications that may arise weeks or months after a brain injury, including:

  • Pneumonia : Due to immobility or difficulty swallowing.
  • Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) : Resulting from bladder dysfunction.
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) : Blood clots in the veins of the arms and legs.
  • Pressure Ulcers : Due to prolonged immobility.
  • Heterotopic Ossification : Abnormal growth of bone in joints causing stiffness.
  • Seizures : Resulting from the injury.
  • Post-stroke Shoulder Pain : Pain in the weak arm.
  • Spasticity : Tightness in the muscles of the affected limbs.
  • Paroxysmal Sympathetic Hyperactivity : Fluctuations in blood pressure and heart rate, along with abnormal muscle stiffness.
  • Headache : Chronic pain resulting from the injury.
  • Hydrocephalus : Accumulation of fluid in the brain.
Goal of Rehabilitation

The overall goal of rehabilitation after a TBI is to improve the patient’s ability to function at home and in society. This involves helping patients adapt to their disabilities, modifying living spaces to make daily activities easier, and providing continuous support to address evolving needs.

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