Some brain injuries, particularly relatively mild brain injuries such as concussions, reverse themselves. However, not all brain injury victims are that lucky. For those with lasting symptoms and limitations, there may be little hope of a complete cure. Instead, medical attention focuses on preventing the injury from getting worse and on providing rehabilitation therapies to help the victim improve to the best extent possible.

New Trial Therapies for Brain Injuries

There is not yet a definitive treatment that can offer hope to all brain injury victims. However, currently, there are reported to be 13 clinical treatments being tested for the possible treatment of traumatic brain injuries. Those treatments include using:

  • Stems cells
  • Hypothermia
  • Progesterone
  • Magnesium sulfate 9
  • Calcium iron influx
  • Other treatments

It is currently unknown which, if any, of these treatments will be successful or how many brain injury victims may be helped during the trial studies.

Call a Kentucky Brain Injury Lawyer if You’ve Been Hurt

While the future of medical treatment for traumatic brain injuries is uncertain, there are things that you can do now to protect your possible recovery. Those things include getting the medical attention, rehabilitation therapy, and legal help that you need.

An experienced Lexington brain injury lawyer would be pleased to provide you with a FREE consultation about your rights and your possible recovery. Please call us today at 800.634.8767 or 502.210.8942 to learn more. We will do our best to fight for your fair and just recovery after a Kentucky brain injury accident.

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