TBI Is More Easily Treatable Than You Think

There are few events as trying in life than recovering from a Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI. Traumatic brain injuries threaten not only one’s well-being and health, but one’s way of life. Hardship caused by TBI can vary; it can impact anything from communicative functioning – memory, attention, reading, and writing – to various muscle coordinations of the mouth necessary for speech, swallowing, and basic facial expressiveness. These neurological and physical changes can quickly overturn one’s day-to-day lifestyle and relationships, making it difficult to connect with others.

One of the major causes of TBI is stroke. There are two major categories of stroke – ischemic and hemorrhagic – each of which causes cell death in the brain. The former, comprising 85% of all strokes, describes a blockage of arteries leading to the brain which rapidly reduces blood flow. The latter is the result of internal bleeding directly flowing into the slender arteries of the brain; hemorrhaging is usually caused by a ruptured brain aneurysm.

Concussion, on the other hand, is a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) caused by a shake-up of the brain, that can lead to further complications down the line, including mental illness, chronic pain, and increasing one’s chance of stroke in the future.

No matter the specific kind of ailment, serious medical intervention is needed to address these traumas and their isolating consequences. In addition to physical and cognitive rest, TBI requires and long-term therapeutic treatment. Luckily, a wide range of tools and methods are available to those in need.

With trailblazing experts possessing nearly two decades of experience, The Therapy Spot is an obvious option for anyone in the GTA, offering direct, client-centered, and one-on-one assessment and treatment, either at their accessible clinic or in your home, workplace, or school.

Following the principles of neuroplasticity, they provide a consistent regiment to help you regain cognitive functioning. Prioritizing an evidence-based and data driven approach, their specialists begin by completing a patient assessment, which is rigorously analyzed in order to offer the best individualized care possible.

Treatment is typically a 12-week process where experts at The Therapy Spot adhere strictly to research and treatment protocols, including but not limited to constraint-induced therapy and supported communication partners. During this time, goals are broken up into tiny, achievable steps and sub-steps in scattered therapy sessions. The process is entirely team-based and collaborative to make patients feel confident and supported while they make increasingly noticeable progress, week by week.

Should you or someone close to you find the weight of TBI too hard to tackle alone, consider contacting a clinic near you for a comprehensive assessment. The Therapy Spot will not only make you feel like yourself again, but prepare you and your family for returning to your day-to-day routines – because sticking together is part and parcel of the healing process.

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