Head Injury

Head Injury

Head injury is a perfect example of the phrase

 “Prevention is better than Cure”

One should never forget to wear a helmet while driving two-wheelers and a seat belt while in a four-wheeler

The severity of head injuries ranges from minor concussions to life-threatening brain haemorrhage. One should never take

Trauma to the head lightly, especially when the following symptoms are there:

  • Blurred vision, either at distance and/or near
  • Double vision
  • Headaches associated with reading
  • Dizziness and balance problems
  • Eye pain or soreness when reading
  • Poor reading comprehension
  • Frequent loss of place when reading
  • Loss of concentration
  • Light sensitivity
  • Visual memory problems
  • Loss of peripheral vision

In case one suffers from head injury, he/she should be immediately rushed to the nearest emergency equipped with adequate services to handle these kinds of injuries.

Recovering from injury to the Head

Head injuries are one of the most dangerous injuries implicated to the human body. The outcome is not always on the expected lines. Brain is a very soft and fragile structure; injuries of the brain may take very long time to heal. As every other organ of the body, brain also needs adequate rest for recovery. The patient can be absolutely normal with episodes of headache and vertigo which goes away with time, or can be bed ridden requiring long term care.

Brain Surgeries

Neurosurgeons at Oasis Neuro provides quality and affordable treatment wth the latest technology and facilities available at the centre