Post-Traumatic Brain Injury.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of India’s most common types of traumatic brain injury.
TBI or Traumatic Brain Injury is the effect of a blow to the head that damages brain cells. Mild TBIs occur when a person either has a very brief loss of consciousness or a short change in mental capacity. The most severe form of traumatic brain injury, a stroke, is treated as a serious traumatic brain injury when it occurs over a period of time or whenever the victim is unable to recall the details of the event.
We have experts with more than 12 years of neurorehabilitation and neurology experience, specializing in stroke recovery and brain injuries.
Therapy focuses on restoring lost skills, such as learning pathways, on compensating for gifts that have been permanently altered by brain injury.
Our Best Physiotherapists can help you reduce the potential for traumatic brain injury and offer treatment and rehabilitation for symptoms before TBI occurs.
The therapy occurs in a rehabilitation facility designed for patients with traumatic brain injuries, such as hospitals or rehabilitation centers or at home. Patients are treated by a panel – a certified physiotherapist specializing in the rehabilitation of traumatic head injuries.
We treat patients of all types, including those who suffer from traumatic brain injury, concussions, mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), and combined brain injury.
After the home rehabilitation phase, patients with traumatic brain injuries can work with a physiotherapist in a rehabilitation center for up to some weeks or months.
The type and duration of rehabilitation vary for each individual, depending on the kind of brain injury, the injured patient’s age, and the severity of the damage.
Rehabilitation of brain injuries must consider the specific needs of each patient and their particular injury and severity.
Interventions that support the recovery and rehabilitation process after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury should adhere to the guidelines for motor learning, motor coordination, and motor skills.