Recovering from a traumatic brain injury whether life threatening or concussion is sometimes a long road. Regarding concussions, we manage the entire recovery process.
Concussions should never be treated lightly. According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, there is no such thing as a mild concussion. Approximately 50% of our patient base is made up of people who have suffered from one or more concussions. No two concussion patients are alike. Cookie-cutter treatments will fail many mTBI patients. Post concussion symptoms can include, ...
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