TBI Symptoms Albuquerque

TBI Symptoms

TBI Symptoms can range from no obvious symptoms at all to severe symptoms and can result in permanent neurological damage. It is the main cause of death and disability in young adults worldwide.The broad spectrum of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) symptoms and disabilities contribute to the complexity of any TBI because patients may present with more than one symptom.  Individuals with TBI may experience:

  • Cognitive: attention problems, distractibility, amnesia, inability to speak or understand language, mental confusion, difficulty concentrating, difficulty thinking and understanding, inability to create new memories, or inability to recognize common things
  • Behavioral: abnormal laughing and crying, aggression, impulsivity, irritability, lack of restraint, or persistent repetition of words or actions
  • Whole body: balance disorder, blackout, dizziness, fainting, or fatigue
  • Emotional: depression, aggression, anxiety, apathy, or loneliness
  • Vision: vision loss, weakness of eye muscles, blurred vision, problems judging distance, involuntary eye movements, intolerance of light
  • Gastrointestinal: nausea or vomiting
  • Sensory: sensitivity to light or sensitivity to sound, headaches, change or loss of smell, ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
  • Speech: slurred speech or impaired voice, problems reading or writing
  • Seizures
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • Sexual Dysfunction

Southwest Brain Performance Centers has the resources and experience to comprehensively assess your TBI. At SWBPC our functional neurology approach utilizing up to date therapies and treatment methods help to diagnose and support you and your TBI rehabilitation. And, we have the expertise to incorporate neuroscience straight from the research laboratory into the direct application of managing your care and TBI symptoms.