Concussion Rehabilitation

Concussions are silent. Speak Up.

Concussions, also known as traumatic brain injuries, are silent, or invisible. It isn’t like a bruise or broken arm that an injury is visible to the naked eye, the “symptoms” are all internal and can range from a headache, to nausea, to depression, to difficulty concentrating, to ocular disturbances and much more. Research for concussion rehabilitation advances regularly, completely changing how concussions are dealt with. Where we once thought rest was the best way to rehabilitate, research has shown that movement and controlled exercise is the key to successful rehabilitation.

At Clinique Santé & Physique, we look at all aspects of a concussion, how it affects the person, and build a personalized rehabilitation program. We regularly monitor progress and all medical professionals communicate regularly to ensure successful rehabilitation.


Know How to Spot Early Symptoms of a Mild Concussion:

Learn the signs and symptoms to look for in children who may have suffered a mild traumatic brain injury (known as a concussion).

  • Headache or feeling of pressure in head
  • Appears dazed or stunned
  • Can’t recall events before or after hit or fall
  • Nausea with our without memory dysfunction
  • Vomiting

Do you think you are suffering from a concussion? If you detect these symptoms, take action!

Signs Observed by Parents or Gaurdians

Later symptoms of a mild concussion

  • Persistent low grade headache
  • Lightheadedness
  • Confusion, concentration, and memory problems
  • Feeling tired
  • Sensitivity to bright light / loud noises
  • Difficulty focusing vision
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Changes in mood, behavior, or personality

Seek immediate medical attention if any of these symptoms develop:

  • Headache gets worse
  • Slurred speech, weakness, numbness, or decreased coordination develops
  • Loss of consciousness–even if briefly!
  • One pupil becomes larger than the other
  • Extreme fatigue or are unable to wake up
  • Vomiting
  • Extreme emotional reaction, such as crying that does not go back to normal
  • Complete loss of appetite (Not eating or not nursing for children)

Symptoms Most Commonly Reported

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