Tens of thousands of Americans suffer from serious or traumatic brain injuries annually, known at “TBI.” Many of these TBIs result from low speed, low impact accidents. Accidents result from motor vehicles, sports, construction accidents, and work-related accidents. Any trauma or jolt to the head or neck can cause the brain to bruise, bleed, tear, or swell.

TBIs occur when the brain is punctured or is forced forward and then backward quickly, or vice versa. The injuring force can cause bruising in some areas and bleeding in others.

Swelling may result from the body’s healing mechanism. This is problematic since the skull chamber has limited space. This causes serious rise in intra-cranial pressure, which can be deadly or cause severe and permanent damages such as paralysis.

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