How to Deal With Headaches After a TBI

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This is one of the most common questions that Ernst Law Group receives from people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Chronic headaches are common among individuals with TBI, but just because they’re common doesn’t mean they don’t have an impact.

In this video, Taylor Ernst highlights some of the steps a TBI patient can take to start the journey toward recovery. He describes the resources and programs available to citizens of California who have suffered this type of injury.

Ernst Law Group also has resources for TBI victims. For parents of children with TBI, download a free copy of our cheat sheet, TBI Parents Guide: Caring For Children with Traumatic Brain Injury.

Join our support group on Facebook: California Brain Injury Support Group, and schedule a free legal strategy session at Ernst Law Group by calling (805) 586-0099. You can also visit us online or in person at our San Luis Obispo office:

Ernst Law Group
1020 Palm St
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

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Bill James says:

Drugs do not work, Cold Needling did help some. I'm at 22 months with this CRAP, I'm concerned with the behavior with anger and attention span, I can not watch TV, ad's make me angry, I did watch base ball series and watched the 9 innings and had a good time. So some days are good but, the whole sleep wake is what is crappy and the constant head aches. I have not slept for more than 5 hours in this 22 months sure 5 hrs here and then 5hrs later in the day then get in a wake/sleep drama that has to be reset so I stay awake and walk around all night then crash and get back on the Normal/house schedule with the wife. She dose not like the anger issue, I will BARK and then cant remember what was said. What I want is a day or two a week of no headaches and 6 hr. of solid sleep.Then maybe I can go back to work.

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