Mild traumatic brain injuries are also known as concussions. It’s projected that these harms have an incidence of 3.8 million each year from the United States. Despite this high incidence, moderate traumatic brain injuries and concussions are among the least known accidents confronting the sports healthcare and the neuroscience communities now.
Many people associate whiplash with serious car accidents, but in fact, the condition can be caused by a number of activities.
Any sport that can result in a fall or a slip can also injure the neck. Examples would include skiing, horseback riding, football, and other jarring or contact sports. Sometimes a patient has just accidentally tripped in the course of their daily life.
How To Fix A ConcussionHow to Fix a concussion with Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic. This may be a bold statement, however, when it comes down to it, healing from a concussion or any other condition requires the body to do it. WE often explain to patients that no matter what your condition, disease or syndrome […]
Auto Accidents, Whiplash And Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Los AngelesIf you have been in a car accident or sustained a whiplash injury you should take it seriously. There is a lack of awareness in the public regarding whiplash injuries and their impact on health. Many whiplash and car accident victims have little to no symptoms […]
Post Concussion Syndrome (PCS) and The Upper Cervical Spine | Head Injuries Cause Neck InjuriesThere is a lot of talks lately about post concussion syndrome. After the NFL lawsuit and Jim McMahon’s recovery, post concussion syndrome made national headlines. Post concussion syndrome has reached an epidemic in the world of contact sports. The rise in […]
Is there more to it than just the concussion? When I think of post-concussion syndrome the first thing that flashes through my mind are sports injuries. Football players, hockey players, and downhill ski racers are just a few of the athletes frequently suffering from this condition. Medically speaking, patients who have concussions are told that […]