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People who experience serious brain injuries may have movement problems, emotional problems, thinking and memory problems, language problems, pain or numbness, or other limitations. Many people with brain injuries have challenges returning to independent living, work or school. The most common way brain function is altered by injury or disease is after a stroke, which may be due to lack of blood flow to the brain or bleeding in the brain. Other common causes of brain dysfunction include brain tumors and traumatic brain injuries, which are caused by external forces applied to your head or body, such as a fall or car accident.
Related Journals of Brain Rehabilitation
Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy, Trauma & Treatment, Brain Disorders & Therapy, Journal of Aging Science, The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Neurorehabilitation, Behavioral Interventions, Applied Neuropsychology