A concussion can range from mild to severe. It is traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, jolt, or blow to the head. Concussions occur frequently, but often go unrecognized as people tend to brush them off as just “little head ringer.” While many people associate concussions with sport injuries, they can often be a result of falls, motor vehicle accidents and being struck by an object.
In collaboration with other medical practitioners, my approach offers concussion care through safe, effective treatments that are multi-disciplinary and progressive. Your assessment will be aligned with the recent research and evidence-based strategies. Treatment includes a combination of the following: education, passive and active exercise, craniosacral therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, manual therapy, return to exercise and sport. I can help address various symptoms related to concussion, such as: headaches, fatigue, poor concentration, light and noise sensitivities, vision issues, and motor skills.