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What is a Concussion?

A loss of normal brain function in response to head injury. It is a mild form of traumatic brain injury. Symptoms may begin immediately or in the days or weeks following. The majority of people will recover spontaneously in the first three weeks. Any concussion is considered something to be addressed to prevent longer issues. 

Concussion Rehab


  • Headaches

  • Blurred vision

  • Vomiting/nausea 

  • Dizziness

  • Balance issues

  • Sensitivity to light/noise

  • Feeling tired

"Dizziness, loss of balance, and lightheadedness may be symptoms of vestibular dysfunction."
How Can Physical Therapy Help?


A Physical Therapist with vestibular and concussion training can perform an evaluation to identify your specific limitations. This evaluation combined with specific questions regarding your needs, lifestyle and goals will allow us to design an individualized program to return you to your life. Every program includes thorough education on symptoms, anatomy, treatment and recovery strategies to restore visual, cognitive, vestibular, balance and orthopedic systems.  

Concussion Rehab can include the following:

  • Education to patient and parent/caregiver

  • Vestibular exercises for dizziness

  • Balance training​​

  • Soft tissue work for headaches

  • Core strengthening for headaches 

  • School and Work strategies

  • Collaboration with doctors and  school 



  • Difficulty focusing

  • Change in personality

  • Difficulty with processing

  • Memory issues


  • Sleeping more or less than usual

  • Difficulty falling asleep

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