Could Falls Cause Brain Confusion? Sickness? Disruption of Your Life? and More? Yes! Find Out How! Sometimes we just don’t know why we act the way we do. From a psychological perspective often our perceptions of our environment and how we view ourselves in those situations is often scary. – but when it comes to feeling off balance”; not totally “with it”, and just plain “off”; there can be another reason at least I found it so. I’d fallen off and down a flight stairs and wasn’t bleeding and assumed I wasn’t hurt. However, I didn’t feel secure in my footing or in my mind. Doctors put me in traction, massage therapist worked on me, and Chiropractors snapped my neck back in place. I wasn’t really any better but I kept on going and adapted to the feelings and some pain periodically. I was moody and irritable and that wasn’t like me normally. My clients began to ask was I feeling okay. “Well, not really but it was obvious I didn’t know what to do nor did others.”
When You Find Expert Help, Life Get Easier Again
Finding Dr Teri Stokes and Dr Steven Senart gave me a new lease on life. I moved to the mountains to be near them so I could get the help I needed when I needed it. I’d had a car accident and they helped to put my brain and body back together again in so many ways; physically, mentally and emotionally. Their experience and tools have helped so many others who have had injuries to their head and brain. I am personally happy to recommend their services. I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for them.
Sorting Out Life Changes Takes Time And Professional Coaching Helps!
So now I have additional knowledge and experience that I have added to my coaching practice. It’s not easy recovering from traumatic injuries to the body and brain, and it helps to have people supporting you who understand what you are going through. I make my services available on-line and via phone as well as personal meetings. Call if you have questions.
Faye Hobbs, MA