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Clicking the graphic to take you to a page with links to  information on DWP benefits, re-training, rehabilitation for work;. tried and tested ways of doing things one-handed and other relevant info. RECENTLY ADDED;
Wilmer brace info     
Mirror box pictures
Onepaws BORG Arm splint
Yeti's one handed hair tying
CENTRAL PAIN
ARTICLE ON PTSD
PHYSIOTHERAPY, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY and EXERCISE
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APOLOGIES for the long delay in adding anything to this section.  From the outset we wanted all medical and anatomical information on the site to be as accurate as possible, and the last thing we want to do is upload material that is not quite good enough. Please bear with us; it will be worth the wait!
This is a website created for and by adults who have a Trauma Brachial Plexus Injury. (TBPI) The primary purpose of this much needed website is to supply information and support to to adults coping with a TBPI, and to help achieve a better understanding of the impact these injuries may have on the individual, and their family. Everyone is welcome to visit here, whether injured at birth (OBPI) or later in life.

This is, however, a site mainly for adults. Parental guidance is needed for children under 13.
There are links to other sites that contain words and pictures that might be upsetting or cause offence; nothing pornographic, just mainly adult humour. Please avoid these areas if you are easily offended, but you are very welcome if you share the same sense of humour.
DISCLAIMER
This website was put together mainly by people who have a TBPI: We are not medical professionals, nor are we trained counsellors, and can only relate to our own personal experiences of our own unique set of circumstances and injuries. If you have or suspect you have a BPI, it is IMPERATIVE that you contact a medical professional who has experience of treating these injuries as soon as possible.


Brachial plexus; A complex network of nerves, arising from the spinal cord that supplies the arm, hand and part of the shoulder with all movement and feeling.
Clicking on the graphic will take you to a page explaining what this area is about. This is a members only area as some of the contents may offend.
NEWSLETTER ISSUE 4 is still under construction. For Issue 3, click HERE...click the picture to the left to read the first one.....once again sorry for the delay.....liz f
All about the people who access and contribute to this site  We have uploaded various profiles and stories from people with a TBPI, also pics of people not letting the injury stop them doing what they want.
NEW TBPI Group contact info.
Links and contacts that are scattered all over the site will be bundled together here 
Tell a friend about this page
Click on the heading to go to the link to the message board. Registration at the messageboard is required to be able to post; it's easy and it's FREE!!
Click the heading to sign the guest book...and tell us what you think of the site..please be gentle!!.
last updated on: 10/6/2012
Want to join the group? Want to be added to the list to receive a Newsletter via email? Want to be informed of new content on this site....and other BPI related news? Just fill in the on-line form and hit the submit button..it's easy and best of all, it's FREE!!
CLICK HERE.....
A NEW SECTION for thought provoking articles, observations on life with a bpi, and other stuff that just doesn't seem to fit anywhere else. Article: What Psychologists should Know About Disability.
OUR FIRST AWARD!
Thanks to Jack the webmaster of InjuredBiker.com.
Click here to go to his site and check out all the
useful stuff he has on there.

CHEERS JACK!
CLICK HERE to go to the new INTRODUCTION PAGE and HERE to go  to the FAQ's pages.
'THE BUNGARM BASH'
aka
TBPI GROUP MEETING AND AGM
August 6th 7th 8th
2010
More details HERE

The TBPI Group is a registered Charity 1100691
How to  Donate  to the Charity
and details of our  'One arm?
BAND IT !' silicon wristbands.






The website can only be updated by the committee members of the TBPI Group. If you have anything that could be of interest to someone with a TBPI that you would like to see published here please contact one of the committee members (e-mail address in the 'contacts and links' section)  The committee members will make any decision on what information will be published on this site.
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