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Following a concussion (mild traumatic brain injury) it is normal to experience transient symptoms. Most often, those symptoms will resolve within a relatively short period of time.
But when symptoms persist and interferes with daily functioning then that can lead to confusion, uncertainty and worry, for both you and your loved ones.
Clinical education can help you understand the process of recovery following concussion, why your symptoms may be persisting, and what strategies or assistance can help reduce those symptoms.
The provision of clinical education soon after a concussion has been clinically shown to lessen the likelihood of developing long-lasting symptoms.
To learn more about our clinical education for concussion, or to book an appointment, please contact our office.
Post-Injury concussion Testing
Following a concussion you may be experiencing difficulties with your cognitive and emotional functioning and the impact of those difficulties upon your work, schooling, and normal life.
Concussion testing can provide you with information about your cognitive skill levels, whether there has been a change, and how your current functioning compares to your peers. Having that information may assist you in obtaining supports at work or school.
Your assessment will involve a review of your accident details, your health history and current symptoms,. Through the completion of cognitive tests, and self-report questionnaires, a full understanding of your cognitive abilities can be seen.
The findings from the assessment will be shared with you by the neuropsychologist, and recommendations on how to best address on-going symptoms or difficulties will be discussed.
A written report can be provided to you if required for work, school or to access additional rehabilitation or treatment services.
If you would like to learn more about our concussion testing, or to book an appointment, please contact our office.