Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
How Can Project Walk Help You?
Project Walk has been in existence for almost two decades and continues to be the world leader in activity-based recovery.
Based on The Project Walk Method, Project Walk continues to push the boundaries of recovery by offering state-of-the-art equipment backed by ongoing research. The combination results in a fully-customizable program geared towards gaining the best chance of recovery.
Ian McFarland came to us in 2009 after a car accident left him with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) at the age of 5. Ian has been attending Project Walk and continues to come just 1 hour a week. See why 1 hour in a Project Walk program could mean the difference. (View the video below)
Definitions of TBI
What is TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)?
Types of Severe TBI
Penetrating – an injury to the brain caused by a foreign object entering the skull.
A TBI may lead to a wide range of short- or long-term issues:
- Cognitive Function (attention and memory)
- Motor function (extremity weakness/paralysis, coordination, balance)
- Sensation (hearing, vision, touch)
- Emotion (depression, aggression, impulse control, personality changes)