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Can`t concentrate after mild traumatic brain injury?
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Dr. William Singer
Pediatrics - Neurology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Common problem
This is a common problem after TBI.
Speak to your doctor about an evaluation with a neuropsychologist. From the results of that evaluation, appropriate management can be developed.

In brief: Common problem
This is a common problem after TBI.
Speak to your doctor about an evaluation with a neuropsychologist. From the results of that evaluation, appropriate management can be developed.
Dr. William Singer
Dr. William Singer
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Dr. Brad Bobrin
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Not unusual
Many of the injuries obtained after a traumatic brain injury cause problems with attention that can be permanent.
Sometimes medicationds can help. If you are having attention problems after a head injury, you should see a specialist in head injuries to see what defecits you actually have and what medications they suggest.

In brief: Not unusual
Many of the injuries obtained after a traumatic brain injury cause problems with attention that can be permanent.
Sometimes medicationds can help. If you are having attention problems after a head injury, you should see a specialist in head injuries to see what defecits you actually have and what medications they suggest.
Dr. Brad Bobrin
Dr. Brad Bobrin
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Dr. Ernest Bordini
Clinical Psychology
In brief: This should be short
Most people with uncomplicated mild tbi recover in weeks or a month, though some very subtle findings can persist somewhat longer in some individual.
Most make a complete functional recovery. It should get better with time followign the mild tbi, if it is getting worse, medical and or neuropsychological evaluation to rule out depression or some other complication is warranted.

In brief: This should be short
Most people with uncomplicated mild tbi recover in weeks or a month, though some very subtle findings can persist somewhat longer in some individual.
Most make a complete functional recovery. It should get better with time followign the mild tbi, if it is getting worse, medical and or neuropsychological evaluation to rule out depression or some other complication is warranted.
Dr. Ernest Bordini
Dr. Ernest Bordini
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