Delano Brain Injury Treatment
Delano residents (as well as everyone else) understand that the brain contains several structures that make it possible for us to perform our activities of daily living. The parietal lobe is primarily responsible for handwriting, managing the position of the body and leading bodily sensations. The occipital lobe regulates the brain’s visual system. The temporal lobe is engaged in hearing and memory. The frontal lobe takes control of bodily movement, assisting in making good decisions and solving problems.
The brain contains other structures as well. One is a brain stem that is located at the base of the brain. It plays a role in controlling our breathing and sleep patterns. The cerebellum sits next to it, and it is one reason that we can maintain our balance and coordinate our movements.
Delano Brain Injury Effects Can Be Serious
The natural processes can be interrupted after the head or the body receives a serious blow. For example, you can sustain very serious Bakersfield or Delano brain injury effects if your injury causes the following:
- Damage to multiple nerves because the brain moved back and forth within the skull
- A disruption to the amount of oxygen the brain receives after bleeding, blood clots or swelling occurs
- Irreversible damage to blood vessels, protective tissues and brain cells
Don’t Ignore Your Delano Brain Injury Symptoms
Arvin and Delano brain injury symptoms can present themselves right away after the blow occurs, but they can also take weeks to appear. If you experience a blow but do not have immediate symptoms, you will be asked to watch out for Delano brain injury symptoms that include headache, nausea and vomiting, blurred vision, memory loss, difficulties sleeping, sleeping for longer periods of time, dizziness and sensitivity to sound or light.
Get Your Delano Brain Injury Effects Dealt With By Your Doctor
In the event that you do have symptoms, you may need to see a physician to obtain the appropriate Delano brain injury treatment. A mild injury will not necessarily require treatment. A headache can be addressed with OTC medications. Your physician will let you know when you can return to school or work.
Injuries to the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, temporal lobe, brain stem or cerebellum may mean that you will need to be seen in the emergency room. For these very severe injuries, you may need Delano brain injury treatment with medication, surgery and rehabilitation. In these cases, the Delano brain injury effects may last several years.
Brain Injury Treatment
If you received a traumatic brain injury in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, the law firm of Chain | Cohn | Stiles is standing by and ready to help you determine if you can file a claim against the negligent party’s insurance company. Contact us at (661)616-9829 or visit us at 1731 Chester Ave., Suite 100, Bakersfield, CA 93301-5220 if you need legal advice concerning your brain injury treatment today.