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What is TBI?

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a type of injury that occurs when there is a sudden jolt or blow to the head, causing damage to the brain. TBIs can range from mild to severe, and they can cause a wide range of symptoms, depending on the extent of the injury. A traumatic brain injury, TBI, is a serious condition that can cause permanent disability or even death. In this type of injury, the normal function of your brain is disrupted, common with direct head injuries, car accidents, and sports participation. Explosive blasts and combat injuries also account for a significant number of TBIs in military personnel.

As a result of a brain injury, you can experience short-term or long-term issues affecting your:

  • Speech
  • Memory
  • Hearing
  • Attention
  • Motor function
  • Sense of touch

Traumatic brain injuries can also cause a variety of emotional or behavioral issues, such as aggression, impulse control problems, changes in your personality, depression and anxiety. Symptoms of a TBI can vary widely, depending on the severity of the injury and the location of the damage in the brain.

Common symptoms include:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Confusion

More serious symptoms can include:

  • Seizures
  • Difficulty speaking or understanding language
  • Loss of consciousness

It is extremely important for individuals with a TBI to seek help from a mental health professional as soon as possible to get the proper diagnosis and treatment plan that works for them.


How are Traumatic Brain Injuries Classified?

Mild TBIs include head injuries causing confusion or a loss of consciousness for less than 30 minutes. These types of injuries include concussions, which are the most common types of TBI that occur from falls or sports. Rest is an important factor in recovery from a mild TBI, allowing the brain time to heal and return to normal function.

In moderate to severe TBIs, you experience a loss of consciousness for longer than 30 minutes. As a result of this type of head injury, permanent nerve damage can develop causing a disability or life-long health complications.

Online Treatments Traumatic Brain Injuries

The goal of our treatment plan for TBIs is to rehabilitate brain health to help you resume the highest quality of life possible, our clinical staff will create a rehabilitation program to address issues that affect your thinking or behavior, utilizing the latest techniques to assist with issues including:

  • Poor memory
  • Impulsive behaviors
  • Lack of concentration
  • Decision-making skills
  • Communications difficulties

Treatment plans for TBI rehabilitation include a variety of services, such as nutrition, medication management, and language and communication skills.

Dr. Bryan Weinstein, Michigan psychiatrist is a renowned expert in the treatment of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), with over 25 years of experience in the field. He has helped countless patients recover from brain injuries through a comprehensive and personalized approach to care. One of Dr. Weinstein's innovative approaches to TBI treatment is his use of online psychiatric services, which allows patients to receive care from the comfort of their own homes. He also emphasizes the importance of frequent follow-up visits to ensure that patients continue to make progress and receive the support they need throughout their recovery. Dr. Weinstein's dedication to his patients and his innovative approach to TBI treatment have made him a respected leader in the field of neurology and a source of hope for those who have suffered from brain injuries.

Dr. Bryan Weinstein and our clinical team at Mind Health Group work closely with TBI patients and their families. Their compassion and care for those affected by TBIs ensure you receive the highest level of care. We coordinate our efforts with your loved ones, other physicians, and caregivers to ensure you have the resources you need throughout your rehabilitation.

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