Leading Concussion Treatment - Cerebrum Health Centers
Concussions are prevalent, but that doesn’t mean they’re not serious. Even seemingly mild head injuries can cause long term effects if left untreated, but with a timely and comprehensive evaluation and treatment when needed, concussion symptoms can be resolved.
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CONCUSSION

Symptoms can present themselves immediately following a concussion or after a few hours, and persist for months or even years after the injury. Once a concussion occurs, you are more susceptible to repeat occurrences, so please seek treatment as soon as possible following even a mild head injury to minimize your risk of long-term damage. 

Symptoms of a Concussion

PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS: headache, fatigue, nausea, light or noise sensitivity, balance problems, numbness/tingling, dizziness, changes in vision, ringing in ears, sleep issues

EMOTIONAL SYMPTOMS: irritability, sadness, enhanced emotions, nervousness, anxiety, personality changes

LONG TERM SYMPTOMS: difficulty concentrating or remembering, mental fog, slow mental and physical responses, confused or forgotten recent information, vision issues

If concussion symptoms continue, potential complications can occur, including:

Post-Concussion Syndrome

Some people experience symptoms for weeks or months after the incident, such as headache, dizziness, and thinking difficulty.

CTE or Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

CTE refers to brain degeneration likely caused by repeated head trauma, typically diagnosed during an autopsy.

Post-Traumatic Headaches or Vertigo

Some people experience ongoing headaches or a sense of spinning or dizziness for days, weeks, or months following a brain injury.

Epilepsy

People who have had a concussion double their risk of developing epilepsy within the first five years after the injury.

Natasha’s Story

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Colleen’s Story

How Cerebrum Health Centers Help With Concussions

Pre-Care

Phone Consultation with Patient Advocate

Determine Insurance Benefits

Doctors Review Your Medical Files

Intake Forms To Understand Symptoms & Goals

Schedule Diagnostics / Treatment!

Treatment

1-2 Weeks Treatment

Diagnostics Determine Your Customized Therapy Plan

Detailed Lab Work (if needed)

Measurable Progress Testing Throughout Treatment

15-20 Hours Of 1:1 Treatment With Your Clinical Team Each Week

Post-Care

At Home Exercises For Continued Improvement

Supplement Recommendations Based On Lab Results

Personalized Diet & Lifestyle Recommendations

Follow Up Appointments (as needed)

Our Docs Coordinate With Your Local Docs (as needed)

My son received concussions while playing football that did not heal. The Cerebrum team studied his medical history, build awesome relationships with our family, used medical testing and treatment way ahead of everywhere else in the country we had seen, and found out what was blocking his recovery. My son had a rare autoimmune disorder that had gone undiagnosed for several years prior to his concussions. These folks are AWESOME! We continue to be truly blessed by Cerebrum Health Centers. -Kelly J.
I can't thank everyone who works at Cerebrum enough for what they have done for me! I am from England and was struggling to find anyone to treat my condition in the UK. BUT...at Cerebrum they have been able to understand my issues and with their skills my improvement has been immense meaning my quality of life and independence has been improved dramatically. They are truly amazing and caring people!!!!! -Jodie H.

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