Traumatic brain injury (TBI) refers to damage to the brain from a physical force. This can include falls, car accidents, or gunshots, among other causes. TBI can cause difficulties with cognition (thinking) and function (movement). More than 2.5 million Americans experience a TBI each year. Many individuals with TBI do not complete regular physical activity.
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Published online: February 17, 2021
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