Medical Driving Evaluations

Driving After a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Posted by Joan Cramer on Sep 4, 2019 4:31:47 PM

If you or a loved one are among the 2.8 million Americans who sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) this year, it’s natural to wonder or even worry if driving is still a safe transportation option. Not to mention if you were injured in a car accident, one of the leading causes of TBI. 

On the other hand, the ability to drive can be very important to your mobility and freedom, especially if you have dependents who rely on you for transportation or require a vehicle to get to and from work. 

The good news is that for nearly 3 out of 5 people with moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries, it is eventually possible to get back on the road through rehabilitation and adaptive driving devices, and for others, there are a growing number of available alternative transportation options.

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Topics: driver rehab, medical driving, brain injury

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Our Driver Rehabilitation program works with patients whose change in health may affect their ability to safely drive. We have a team of Certified Driving Rehab Specialists that will work with patients on evaluating your driving abilities. We also have a team of professional instructors to help you gain or regain the skills you need to drive. We created this blog to talk about the various diagnoses we experience and how they may affect your experience behind the wheel. 

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