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December 2019

The brain is a remarkable organ but damage to it can cause unpredictable consequences and each injury is unique to the individual. However, even though brain cells cannot regenerate once destroyed, the brain can reorganize itself to compensate for the damage. When irreparable damage occurs, the brain is capable of creating new neural pathways. This ability means that physical functions lost because of severe injury can be restored through repetitive or forced practice. This method of establishing alternative paths is known as rehabilitation and can help those who have suffered a brain injury regain physical abilities. Common Causes of Brain Injury Brain injuries occur