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Minimizing the effect of TBI-related physical sequelae on vocational return

Shane McNamee, MD, et al.

Vocational return after traumatic brain injury is a challenging journey and arguably the most important outcome. A myriad of cognitive, behavioral, and physical issues typically affect successful vocational return. In reviewing the current literature, we found multiple reviews that deal with the cognitive and behavioral issues. This article was written to further shed light on how the physical deficits can affect recovery and to offer real-world solutions to minimize this impact.

Volume 46 Number 6, 2009
   Pages 893 — 908


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