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Dr. Gayatri Sonti, DO

Neurosurgeon

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Dr. Gayatri Sonti, DO
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Can a back injury cause neurological defects?

Well, it depends on what the severe back injury is. If you had a severe back injury, I am assuming you went to either the ER or saw a doctor. Depending on the severity of the trauma, READ MORE
Well, it depends on what the severe back injury is. If you had a severe back injury, I am assuming you went to either the ER or saw a doctor. Depending on the severity of the trauma, you could have an injury to the area of the spine. I would recommend having an MRI of the cervical spine; if there is an injury of the spinal cord in the neck, then your arm and leg coordination can get affected. Prior to ordering an MRI, a doctor should examine you and see if the coordination problems are related to the cervical spine, and order that study to confirm a diagnosis.

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Recovery from craniotomy?

Recovery from craniotomy can take several months. It is a slow and steady process. Please don’t get frustrated. Definitely light excercise is a great idea, it always increases READ MORE
Recovery from craniotomy can take several months. It is a slow and steady process. Please don’t get frustrated. Definitely light excercise is a great idea, it always increases blood circulation, which is a key factor for healing.

Try to challenge your brain at a slow pace by repeating the tasks and you will notice improvement. Try to get at least 8 hrs of sleep at night time, and if possible, avoid napping during the daytime.

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