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.
OverviewPost-concussion syndrome is a intricate disease in which various symptoms — such as headaches and nausea — continue for months and sometimes months following the injury that resulted in the concussion. In addition, it can happen with intense vibration and motion of the body or head. You do not need to drop consciousness to acquire a […]
The prolonged effects of concussions can easily be explained by an Upper Cervical subluxation. During impact, the upper portion of the Cervical spine misaligns putting pressure on the brainstem. This pressure affects the Nervous System and limits the athlete’s ability to heal and recover quickly and properly. In addition to nervous system impairment, concussions usually […]