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Getting Back on the Horse: Equine Related Traumatic Brain Injuries Part 1

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I want to paint a picture for you all, and then I am going to share two stories of incredible women over the next two weeks. These women have something very similar in common and have some advice they would like to share with you all regarding equine related traumatic brain injuries.

I’m sure most of us have taken a bad fall from a horse, or know someone who has been involved in a bad wreck. For most, we suffer some mental bruises, and perhaps a loss of confidence, maybe even some scrapes or broken bones. But for others, the internal damage can be far worse than what meets the eye. Traumatic brain injuries occur when an external force impacts your brain. Equine related accidents are one of the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries.

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