Symptoms of a Concussion
Concussion symptoms may appear right away, while others may go unnoticed for hours or days after the injury. If you experience any symptoms, seek medical attention immediately.
- Physical changes such as balance problems, dizziness, headaches, neck pain or difficulty returning to activity or exercise
- Mood changes such as depression, anxiety or sleep disturbance
- Cognitive changes such as short-term memory problems, slowed thinking, confusion, difficulty concentrating, planning, organization or multi-tasking
- Vision changes such as eye strain or double vision
Meet with the Experts
You will be evaluated by one of our Brain Injury Certified Physicians and Clinical Neuropsychologists. Based on your symptoms and presentation, you may have follow-up appointments and/or be referred to other concussion specialists on our team, including:
- Physical Therapist: Vestibular Therapy, Management of Neck Pain, Return to Physical Activity/Sports, Return to Work/School
- Occupational Therapist: Vision Rehabilitation, Cognitive Retraining, Return to Work/School
- Speech and Language Pathologist: Cognitive Rehabilitation, Cognitive and Speech Symptom Management, Return To Work/School
- Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor: Working with your employer to facilitate potential accommodations and return to work/school
Our Concussion experts will help you get back to work, school or other activities that are important to you. You may also be referred to other specialists, as needed.