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Therapy Following TBI

Seeking Therapy Following TBI

Seek Therapy for a Better Recovery After a Brain Injury 

Life is a lot different after a brain injury, and things can feel a little overwhelming. Seeking therapy following TBI (traumatic brain injury) is essential for having the best recovery possible.

Find out how TBI can affect your life and where to get therapy for a better recovery.

What Is Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) happens when you suddenly damage your brain through an injury. It could either be a closed head injury, when your skull doesn’t break or a penetrating head injury, when it does.

What Are Some Symptoms of TBI?

The symptoms are seemingly endless, and that’s why it’s incredibly important to focus on seeking therapy following TBI. Symptoms can include headaches, dizziness, changes in speech and communication, memory problems, fatigue and many more.

What Is Therapy for TBI Like?

Therapy following TBI focuses on improving your ability to function in your everyday life. This means treating mental and physical problems associated with TBI, providing mental and emotional support, and helping you adapt to changes that may come after TBI. Therapy for TBI can also help you get back to work and improve social interactions.

How Do I Seek Therapy?

Once you have medically recovered after a TBI, it is important to begin therapy right away. Therapy should be started in the hospital, and continue when you return home.

Get the Help You Need Following TBI at Adult Speech Therapy Services.

Let the experts at Adult Speech Therapy Services help you improve your communication and thinking skills following TBI. We understand how overwhelming recovering from TBI can be, and we are here to provide you with the treatment you need.

Do you have Medicare and Medicaid? No problem! We accept both, as well as other insurances for which we are an out-of-network provider. Call us at 301-323-8486 today to schedule a free consultation, and take the first step in your road to recovery.