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Medical science is always looking for new methods in treating brain injuries. These devastating injuries can adversely impact the life of those afflicted. Many patients with brain injuries require various types of therapy in order to deal with their injury. Often these therapies may include occupation therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy or many others. One new sort of therapy that is being used in the rehabilitation of brain injured patients is music therapy.

When incurring a brain injury, the effects of such can be far reaching. Some patients even experience changes in their brain that brings on various neuropsychiatric disorders. These disorders occur when certain parts of the brain are affected. Scientists have learned that when subjected to music, the brain responds positively. In fact, when subjected to music therapy, the brain in fact can experience some growth. Scientists continue to study this use of music and hope that they can further tap into the power or music for treating medical problems.

Traumatic head injury affect millions worldwide each year. Some statistics even point at a rise in this number. These brain injuries can produce a multitude of problems. They can cause pain in the head as well as in the neck. Memory and concentration can be affected as well as changes in thinking and speaking abilities and patterns. Sleep can be affected as can a person's mood. Many of these problems do respond in some ways to the use of musical therapy.

If you or a loved one has been impacted by a traumatic brain injury, there may be help available to you. If the injury occurred to someone else's negligence, then you may be entitled to file a brain injury lawsuit. Contacting a solicitor specializing in this sort of law can help you determine the merits of your case. Compensation could be awarded that will help you pay for this sort of therapy as well as many other aspects of your injury as set forth by law. You may be reimbursed for lost past wage as well as present and future. Also, the impact the injury had on your life can come with some compensation as well.