Use Your Head: Help Protect Your Brain From Traumatic Injury

Stamford Daily Voice—May 3, 2016

In a recent article published by Stamford Daily Voice, Erin E. Manning, MD, a neurologist at Hospital for Special Surgery, discusses the causes and symptoms that are associated with traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

Dr. Manning explains, "The injury itself and associated bleeding causes direct damage to the brain tissue. There are also other effects on the brain that occur when the tissue is injured and, in the process of repairing, can cause further injury days or even weeks after the original injury."

To read more, visit Stamford.DailyVoice.com.

 

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