Serving injury victims in the Tri-cities, Columbia Basin, Eastern Washington and Oregon.

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Incomplete versus complete spinal cord injuries

A person who suffers a spinal cord injury will often wonder what type of recovery they will have. The answer to this isn’t always easy, but it’s often determined through testing of the impacted area of the spine and reviewing the impacts the injury has on the person....

What is the Glasgow Coma Scale?

A traumatic brain injury can affect a person's level of consciousness. A complete loss of consciousness that endures for some time is considered a coma. However, a person may be conscious after a head injury but still suffer some impairment when it comes to the...

How does TBI affect your emotions and behavior?

When it comes to brain injuries, particularly TBIs, you could suffer from a variety of complications that can occur. One complication is a change in your emotions or behavior.  According to Brainline, how your injury affects you depends on the part of the brain that...

What are the symptoms of a spinal cord injury?

Any damage to your spinal cord can become serious. In most cases, spinal cord injuries, or SCIs result in permanent changes to the body. Catastrophic injuries include any injury that causes a permanent or serious change to how you function. Symptoms of a spinal cord...

How dangerous are traumatic brain injuries?

When someone suffers a traumatic brain injury, the end result can vary. In some instances, you make a full recovery and resume normal life in a matter of days. Other times, you may suffer from chronic pain and lifelong disabilities.  How dangerous traumatic brain...