Home treatment for a concussion

Concussion Home Care Instructions - Brookline High School

Concussion Home Care Instructions authority for return to BHS sports participation is by Team Physician Laurence Higgins, M.D. If you would like a copy of our sports concussion management guidelines or to speak with us about your patient’s return to sports action …

June 7th,2019

Rehabilitation Following Concussion - University of Pittsburgh

Rehabilitation Following Concussion Anne Mucha PT, DPT, MS, NCS Cara Troutman-Enseki PT, DPT, OCS, SCS Coordinators, Vestibular & Exertion Rehabilitation UPMC Centers for Rehab Services & Sports Concussion Program Recovery From Sport-related Concussion: How Long Does it Take? 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

www.rehabmedicine.pitt.edu/about_us/docs/BI_HO/Rehabilitation following Concussion.pdf
June 7th,2019

Concussion Home Care Instructions - Brookline High School

Concussion Home Care Instructions authority for return to BHS sports participation is by Team Physician Laurence Higgins, M.D. If you would like a copy of our sports concussion management guidelines or to speak with us about your patient’s return to sports action …

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June 7th,2019

CONCUSSION HOME EXERCISES: VISUAL - CHOC Children's

CONCUSSION HOME EXERCISES: VISUAL The following exercises are to be started only under the expressed guidance of a trained concussion specialist, after an appropriate evaluation with discussion of an overall post-con-cussion treatment plan. If you don’t feel that you can do the recommended number of these exercises, do only as

www.choc.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Concussion_Visual_Exercises_CHOC.pdf
June 7th,2019

Mild head injury and concussion - Pediatric Care

Most children with a concussion can rest and get better at home. ... details about your child’s return to school and bookwork and sports and play. Some general guidelines for rest and treatment for your child include: ... Neurology l PFEK 029 / 08.14 / Mild head injury and concussion ©2016 Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Inc. All rights ...

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June 7th,2019

A PARENT’S GUIDE TO CONCUSSION - Welcome to …

What is the best treatment to help my child recover quickly from a concussion? The best treatment for a concussion is rest. There are no medications that can help speed the recovery. Exposure to loud noises, bright lights, computers, video games, television and phones (including text messaging) may worsen the symptoms of a concussion.

www.casciac.org/pdfs/ConcussionInfoForStudentsAndParents.pdf
June 7th,2019

SUGGESTED GUIDELINES FOR MANAGEMENT OF …

on after the injury. This may include staying home from school during the short period of rest, followed by a lightened schedule for a few days, or longer, if necessary. Decreasing the stress to the brain in the early phase after a concussion may lessen symptoms and shorten the recovery time.

www.nfhs.org/media/1018446/suggested_guidelines__management_concussion_april_2017.pdf
June 7th,2019

INFORMATION FOR ADULTS

INFORMATION FOR ADULTS You have been examined for a head injury and possible concussion. You did not have a CT scan of your brain because it was determined that it was not needed at this time. You had a CT scan of your brain and no injury was identified. It is safe for you to go home, but you may still have had an injury

https://www.cdc.gov/traumaticbraininjury/pdf/tbi_patient_instructions-a.pdf
June 7th,2019

SCAT2 - Excellence in Concussion Management & Treatment

Standardized Assessment of Concussion (SAC)3,4 score and the Maddocks questions5 for sideline concussion assessment. Instructions for using the SCAT2 The SCAT2 is designed for the use of medical and health professionals. Preseason baseline testing with the SCAT2 can be helpful for interpreting post-injury test scores. Words in

www.concussiontreatment.com/images/SCAT2.pdf
June 7th,2019

CONCUSSION: GUIDELINES FOR PATIENTS, FAMILY MEMBERS ...

CONCUSSION: GUIDELINES FOR PATIENTS, FAMILY MEMBERS & CAREGIVERS What is a concussion? A concussion is a brain injury that causes alteration in the way an individual thinks and remembers things, and can cause a variety of symptoms. A concussion cannot be seen on x-rays or CT scans. What are the symptoms and signs of concussion?

https://www.collingwood.org/uploaded/downloads/health/Concussion_Handout.pdf
June 7th,2019

Concussion Treatment: 7 Natural Ways to Boost Recovery - Dr. Axe

How can the answer be improved?

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