Concussion Rehabilitation

What Is Concussion Rehabilitation?

Concussion rehabilitation is appropriate for someone who has suffered a concussion within the last 2-3 weeks or may be suffering from chronic (long-term) symptoms from a head injury that may have happened weeks to months ago. Symptoms that may benefit from physical therapy include:

  • Neck Pain
  • Chronic Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Nausea
  • Blurred Vision
  • Difficulty Reading
  • Feelings of Imbalance
  • Difficulty with Symptoms in a Busy Environment

Three types of therapy for concussion include vestibular therapy, cervical (neck) therapy, and exertion therapy.

Concussion Rehabilitation is available at these locations:

Symptoms that may indicate a particular type of therapy include:

Vestibular Therapy: works with dizziness, imbalance, trouble in busy environments, and difficulty reading.

Cervical (Neck) Therapy: neck pain, stiffness, and cervicogenic (neck) headaches.

Exertion Therapy: returning to sports, returning to recreational activities, and chronic headaches and migraines.

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