Concussion Protocol

Concussion Protocol

Have you experienced a concussion and are continuing to experience symptoms despite conventional treatment and therapy? Were you told to sit in the dark, do nothing, stay off your phone and don't exercise?

Many current treatments do not address some of the most pressing concerns regarding concussions. Here at the Maryland Center for Brain Health, we have developed a unique and innovative Protocol to get you back to doing the things you love.

Concerned about Concussions?

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Concussion research is gaining momentum as we learn more about how much head trauma can affect our cognition, even long after an event occurs. In fact, recent studies have found that children and adults who have had concussions have a higher likelihood of getting Alzheimer’s disease later in life.

 

Many people who suffer a concussion will experience changes in balance, vision, mood, cognition, increased migraines, and sleep disturbances. The more concussions an individual has, the more likely long-lasting effects could become permanent.

Increased risk of dementia

Just one mild concussion can increase your risk of dementia by 26%! This risk increases the more severe and greater the number of concussions sustained.