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Top Rehabilitation Hospitals in Texas: Spinal Cord and Brain Injuries.
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#1 - TIRR Memorial Hermann is Best in Texas (Houston) and #4 in the Nation. Every year since 1990, US News & World Report has ranked our nation’s leading hospitals. And in every one of those years, TIRR Memorial Hermann has been named among the very best rehabilitation hospitals in the United States. Why? Affiliated physicians have 100+ years of cumulative experience; 90% are fellowship trained in subspecialties like brain injury, stroke and spinal cord medicine. To further our international patient rehabilitation outcomes, TIRR Memorial Hermann has a dedicated international program that works with diverse patient backgrounds. Our patients have...
Brain injury: How it can affect everyday life — and how to prevent it.
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Written by Health columnist Jennifer Hutchings. Philosopher René Descartes is well known for his phrase, “I think, therefore I am.” He introduced the fundamental explanation for how we currently understand the function of the brain. In other words, our brain connects us to the world we live in. It does this by receiving sensory data involving memory centers, emotion and language as we continuously interpret and respond to smells, sounds, tastes, feelings and what we see around us in our environment. All of that can change, though, when the brain is injured. The CDC defines a traumatic brain injury (TBI)...