What are motor deficits of a traumatic brain injury?

Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Medicine
Head injuries may be mild or severe.  Some of the problems associated with head injuries are motor deficits.  Symptoms of motor deficits include:  poor balance and coordination, paralysis, and lower endurance.

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