Traumatic brain injuries can have effects that last a lifetime. Teenagers who suffer sudden jolts, bumps, or blows that result in TBI may face a much longer road in overcoming the challenges set before them.
The trust placed in medical professionals is trust violated upon the discovery that malpractice occurred. Oversights and the overall lack of quality care not only violate the bond between doctor and patient, but also result in serious injuries and death.
When you have to get around New York City, you may have to rely on rides from a carpool or from friends and family, or from a taxicab or Uber or Lyft. As a passenger, you may feel the back seat is the safest place. But a study released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) this year found that riding in the back seat could cause you more severe injuries.
New York City is always bustling. As a pedestrian in our city, you understand the challenges that come with navigating the streets safely. We may pride ourselves on how well we handle the busy traffic, but there are many reckless and dangerous drivers on our roads.
The rare condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is definitely on the minds of its patients. Contributing to destructive challenges from intense pain to depression, the syndrome can become all-consuming.