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A spinal cord injury may occur from various types of circumstances, including:
Unfortunately, a large majority of spinal cord injuries are permanent. Since a spinal cord injury is directed towards the nerves that send signals to the brain, it will be nearly impossible to fully control your body as you used to prior to the accident. There may be a possible chance of suffering from a temporary spinal cord injury, however, it may still be difficult to regain your senses and movements.
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An individual who suffers from a complete spinal cord injury will have no sensation or motor control below their injury. Additional other symptoms may include having a hard time maintaining bladder or bowel movements and difficulty breathing. It is very possible that the victim could also get diagnosed with paraplegia or tetraplegia.
An incomplete spinal cord injury is when an individual may still have some feeling in areas below their injury. A spinal cord may still be able to send messages between the brain and body. This injury could be categorized as partial paralysis. Common symptoms for an incomplete spinal cord injury include:
There are several factors that contribute to a victim’s difficult journey to improve their spinal cord. This includes:
Overall, there is no accurate way to determine how long it may take for an individual to notice effective results from their spinal cord injury treatment. Each person endures a different form of pain that could take an extensive amount of time to heal. Unfortunately, those who have endured a severe spinal cord injury will most likely not have a chance of making improvements that will allow them to function the same way as they did prior to the incident.
To get a better idea of where you stand with your spinal cord injury, you should seek help from a doctor. The doctor will run tests and procedures to determine a diagnosis. Once the diagnosis has been found, the doctor will create a treatment plan that best suits your condition. The treatment may either help you make a recovery or will help you live life a bit more comfortably.
If you have suffered a complete or incomplete spinal cord injury due to negligent actions committed by another individual, West Coast Trial Lawyers has experienced San Bernardino spinal cord injury attorneys that are readily available to help you with your case. Our attorneys will make it a priority to get you the justice you deserve.
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