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March 14, 2019

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury and Prevention

During the month of March we bring awareness to traumatic brain injury (TBI). In this country there are hundreds of thousands of individuals who are living with traumatic brain injuries, a large majority of those being older Americans. Mild concussions to severe brain injuries are considered traumatic. Falls and vehicle accidents are the top causes for TBI in older Americans. To learn more about traumatic brain injury and how you can protect yourself, click here.

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    17202 Richmond Tpke
    Milford, Virginia 22514
    804-633-5455

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    31046 Richmond Tpke
    Hanover, Virginia 23069
    804-632-8341

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    7199 Clara Smith Dr.
    Ruther Glen, Virginia 22546
    804-448-0357

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    419 King Street
    Port Royal, Virginia 22535
    804-742-5254

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