What is a Concussion?
Concussions can be caused by impacts either to the head or bod
y most commonly during sports or car accidents. The most common signs and symptoms of concussion are headache, pressure in the head, neck pain, nausea or vomiting, dizziness, blurred vision, balance problems, sensitivity to light or sound, feeling slowed down or in a fog, difficulty concentrating, amnesia fatigue, drowsiness, changes in personality including irritability, emotional, sadness, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping. These symptoms can persist for a few hours up to a few months.
Did you know that physical therapy can help?
Many people experience concussion symptoms that affect their ability to return to sports, school, or work. Concussions tend to be difficult to treat because there are few VISIBLE signs that a person is injured. However, in the past few years, new research has changed how we manage and treat concussions. We can evaluate your symptoms and put together a game plan to get you back to school, work, and activity safely. Our evidence-based practice is based on the most up-to-date research practices that allow us to guide you back to your normal activities safely and effectively. We can also work with your current healthcare providers to make sure that everyone is on the same page with your care.
Who can benefit from Physical Therapy?
Whether your concussion was recent or a few months ago, we can help you if you are still experiencing symptoms! If you have been diagnosed with a concussion, call 602-808-8989 to schedule an appointment with our Concussion Rehabilitation specialists today! Don’t let concussion symptoms prevent you from participating in life – Camelback Sports Therapy can help you Stay in the Game.