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The Hidden Injury

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A "bump" on the head can change your life and may cause a serious "invisible" brain injury. Brain injuries happen every day, only we don't take them seriously enough. Dizziness, inability to sleep, irritability, mood swings; all of these are signs of a possible brain injury. Yet, when we experience these, we are often told to, "Shake it off" it will go away. What happens when it doesn't go away? Where do we look for help? Not all doctors know what a brain injury looks like or how one behaves. In this book Ethel Dimont, tells her compelling story of how she received a wrong diagnosis about a concussion she received in a car accident. After many months of not getting better, her doctor decided the injury was "all in her head" and she was labeled a malingerer (slacker).
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  • By Ethel Dimont
    Oct 29, 2010
    Ethel Dimont has provided a poignant first-hand account of the effects of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, (MTBI) and the cold reality of life with Postconcussive Syndrome. Her eloquent description of the ongoing struggle to understand the cognitive and emotional changes which are commonly manifested following mild brain injury is unusually insightful and enlightening. Postconcussive syndrome is one of the most common neurological disorders and often goes undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, or ignored by medical professionals. IMPORTANT STATEMENT: Of the 2 million who sustain traumatic brain injury every year in the United States, approximately 1.5 million suffer a relatively mild brain injury, and 15 -20 percent of these cases are left with the chronic disabling symptoms of Persistent Postconcussive Syndrome. Ms. Dimont’s analysis of the various facets of this disorder is an important contribution to the traumatic brain injury literature and should be recommended to victims of MTBI, their... More > families, and health care officials in the field of brain injury rehabilitation. Robert E. Hanlon, Prof of Neurology, Mild Brain injury Clinic, Diplomat in Clinical Neurology< Less
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Published
September 27, 2011
Language
English
Pages
206
File Format
PDF
File Size
704.28 KB

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