TBI Care

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) impact every aspect of a patient’s life. Getting the right treatment and care is essential to recovery. The brain defines who you are, gives you a personality and dictates how you behave. Because of this, TBIs are unlike injury to other parts of the body. If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI, Fairview Rehab in Queens NY can provide the best TBI care possible.

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    Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) need dedicated treatment

    It’s a sad truth that people who suffer from a TBI will require a vast amount of care. After release from hospital, family members are not always best placed to provide the support and treatment needed. This life-changing event requires more than just physical rehabilitation. Dedicated psychological and emotional support counseling delivered in a safe environment are key to ensuring patients make the best recovery possible.

    Based in Queens, NY, Fairview Rehab and Nursing Home’s TBI care includes rehabilitation therapy program. It’s designed to help patients take one step at a time towards recovery as they learn to regain their independence.

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    TBI Care and Recovery

    Life after a TBI is not easy and it will take time to regain full functionality. A brain injury can reduce physical ability, cause changes in personality, and affect memory and concentration levels. The length of recovery process is dependent on the severity of the injury and varies from person to person.

    Medication therapy is just one part of TBI care. Patients often need to relearn basic skills like walking or talking. They may need to make adjustments to the way they carry out everyday tasks. In addition, patients need emotional support, which is very important for their recovery.

    Fairview’s outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation therapy program employs a number of methods and techniques tailored to the individual.

    Physical therapy helps with mobility, muscle control, and balance. Speech therapy improves swallowing, chewing and speaking. Occupational therapy restores abilities, such as eating, dressing, bathing, and other basic life skills.

    Therapist holding hands of an elderly woman during TBI care.