Action Recovery Brain Injury residents enjoyed time at the local YMCA pool
Medical advancements and aggressive interventions allow individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) to live longer than ever before. However, this also means that these individuals are living longer with pain.
The brain is one of the most important yet perplexing parts of the body. We use it for everything – in fact, we need it to function. From lifting a foot, to walking, to running a marathon, our brain sends signals throughout our body that allow us to not only survive, but thrive. But what happens when the brain becomes injured?
Long-term behavioral health and physical health conditions are changing service providers