Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are among the most devastating types of injuries that people can suffer. Surprisingly, however, it has a reputation as the “invisible injury” because it so often goes undiagnosed, with some people not realizing they have one for months or even years. But how can someone have a TBI and not know it, and what should you do if you believe you might have one?
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a much more common form of injury than most people realize, and the effects of even a minor TBI can be profound. However, many of the effects of a TBI are not immediately apparent and can often be written off as mundane cognitive or memory issues, which has led TBIs to be dubbed “the invisible injury.” As a result, many people suffer TBIs every day who do not even realize how they have been affected by their injury. Continue reading “TBI: Why it is Known as the “Invisible Injury””