You were involved in a motor vehicle accident and received a blow to the head. And now you’ve been diagnosed with concussion. A concussion is a form of mild traumatic brain injury and while most people recover from concussions, the time it takes to recover varies from individual to individual, depending on factors such as...
Concussions are big news when it comes to athletes on the field, and the recent spate of sport-related concussion news from pro sports has likely been of some concern to parents of teen athletes as well.   Since 2009, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have enacted concussion treatment laws aimed at student...
If you’re the parent of a child who plays football, the recent concerns about concussions among football players are most likely the cause of quite a few worries. But will new and upcoming technologies help reduce the risk of traumatic brain injuries on the football field?   While helmets help reduce the risk of severe...
Whenever the head receives a sharp blow or jolt, or suffers from a penetrating head injury, there is a risk that a traumatic brain injury may result. In the wake of an accident or a fall, victims may feel dazed and disoriented and if an injury to the head has been sustained as a result...
Everyone knows the difference between a concussion and a neck injury, right? After all, concussions affect the head while neck injuries affect the neck. It seems pretty clear, but if you were diagnosed with a concussion and the symptoms you’re experiencing persist over several months, you might actually be suffering from a neck injury. A...
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