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Eastern medicine could help brain injury pain relief

When an individual suffers a serious head injury, the results can be devastating. Traumatic brain injury, or TBI, can lead to severe loss of function in the areas of physical, cognitive or psychosocial ability. In many cases, Massachusetts victims of TBI are unable to return to their normal life, and require intensive medical care, rehabilitation and retraining to achieve an acceptable level of function.

Spinal cord injuries can affect Massachusetts victims long-term

There is little doubt that suffering from a paralyzing spinal cord injury can forever alter a person's life. Spinal cord injuries cause emotional and physical hardships on their victims, not to mention often placing a financial strain on them as well. One man who suffered a spinal cord injury on a Massachusetts hockey rink 17 years ago knows this fact all too well. He has been paralyzed since that accident, which took place 11 seconds after he took to the ice rink while representing Boston University.

Car accident claims the life of Middleboro teacher

A fatal car crash has ended the life of a longtime Middleboro resident and former high school teacher. The story has led to an outpouring of support from the local community as news spreads about the car accident. The deceased was well known throughout the area, and many in Massachusetts are struggling to accept a full life cut short by tragedy.

Human tongue may be key to brain injury therapy

In the immediate aftermath of a Massachusetts accident resulting in serious brain injury, victims and their families are often focused solely on the immediate needs. Securing the proper medical treatment and making the necessary arrangements to support the victim's immediate family often consume the days and weeks following the injury. However, a brain injury creates a range of long-term needs, and these issues must also be given the proper consideration.

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