Traumatic Brain Injuries

Smoke detectors and fire safety – Joseph Swartz

  Deaths from burn injuries or smoke inhalation in residential fires are one of the leading causes of death in homes in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control. No matter how a fire incident occurred,

2021-04-16T05:34:09-04:00November 3, 2020|

James Swartz on Slip and Fall Injuries

James Swartz on Slip & Fall   With wintry weather here in New England, the risk of slip and fall injuries increase greatly through various venues. Notify the proper persons if you notice areas that need to be cleared to prevent

2021-04-16T06:16:46-04:00December 5, 2019|

Brain Injuries Can Impact Daily Living

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that brain injuries are the leading cause of death among people ages 18 to 35. Most of these injuries result from household falls, auto accidents and common incidents. In Wisconsin alone, it is estimated about 6,000

2021-04-16T12:54:43-04:00December 30, 2016|

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. It is a time to remember those whose lives have been irretrievably altered due to traumatic head injuries occurring in the world of sports, at workplaces, and in homes across the country.   Many patients have overcome great odds

2021-04-15T17:57:36-04:00March 6, 2013|
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