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Neurotrauma is a term used to describe any trauma which impacts the brain and spinal cord. GHS Neurological Institute physicians work closely with a dedicated healthcare team at Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital. Our interdisciplinary team approach and variety of skilled professionals help patients reach optimal quality of life.
- Brain & Spinal Cord injury
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Amputation rehabilitation
- Driver & Vestibular Rehabilitation programs
Everyday activities can turn deadly if safe choices are not made. A fall off a bicycle can result in brain injury. A child carelessly crossing the street can be severely injured or killed. Participating in sports activities without using the appropriate gear can result in paralysis. Through education, we can prevent many of these tragedies from occurring.
Each year an estimated 500,000 persons in the United States sustain brain and spinal cord injuries. The most frequent causes of these injuries are motor vehicle crashes, falls, sports and recreation (especially diving), and violence. Teens and young adults are at high risk for these devastating injuries, the majority of which are preventable.
ThinkFirst is dedicated to reducing injuries in children, teens, and young adults, our most vulnerable populations. Click here to learn more about ThinkFirst.