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for brain injury

 

Acquired brain injury refers to any injury to the brain that occurs after birth. Brain injury can affect movement, thinking and emotional centres in the brain and can result in difficulties with everyday activities. Brain injury is relatively common, affecting over 700 000 Australians. Physiotherapy can assist with movement problems, which is important in the recovery process of brain injury—from hospital to home, return to work and sporting activities.

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What happens when your brain is injured?

Can you measure how severe your brain injury is?

How do I know if I require physiotherapy or other medical attention?

How can physiotherapy help me in my rehabilitation?

How effective is physiotherapy for my recovery and rehabilitation?

What can I do at home after a brain injury?

How long until I’ll notice a difference?

Where can my family go for support?