A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head or body, a fall or another injury that jars or shakes the brain inside the skull. The victim, therefore has an inability to maintain a coherent stream of thought. Furthermore, he experiences a disturbance of awareness with heightened distractibility and develops an Inability to carry out a sequence of goal-directed movements.
- Prolonged headache
- Vision disturbances
- Nausea or vomiting
- Impaired balance
- Memory loss
- Ringing ears
- Difficulty concentrating
- Sensitivity to light
- Loss of smell or taste
Pain & Discomfort
Often in the form of a constant or recurring headache.
Inability to control or coordinate motor functions, or disturbance with balance.
Changes in ability to hear, taste or see; dizziness; hypersensitivity to light or sound
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Shortened attention span; easily distracted; overstimulated by environment; difficulty staying focused on a task, following directions or understanding information; feeling of disorientation, confusion and other neuropsychological deficiencies.
Difficulty finding the “right” word; difficulty expressing words or thoughts; dysarthric speech.
Migraine is a condition that involves recurring headaches. Each headache may last from four hours to two days. It can cause throbbing pain in the head. Other symptoms may include nausea (upset stomach), vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light or sound. Most people with migraine have attacks that happen repeatedly. In some people, the headaches can be triggered by certain foods, drinks, or odors. Stress and release from stress also may trigger migraine attacks.
Evidence suggests that migraine headaches often are not recognized or treated effectively in many people who have them. There are many treatment options available including supplements, prescription medications, injections and other alternative therapies. Discuss with your doctor best treatment option for you.
Concussions | Sleep | Epilepsy | Stroke | Neurodiagnostics | Neurophysiology
Traumatic brain injuries that are caused by a blow to the head or body that jars or shakes the brain.
A stroke is the sudden onset of focal neurological symptoms due to a sudden injury to the brain.
A common neurological disorder that is often known to cause uncontrollable seizures.
Poor sleep has been linked to several health issues which include high blood pressure, blood sugar instability and weight gain.
The use of advanced healthcare technology to diagnose seizures and other neuromuscular disorders.
The interface of sleep and neurology determines medical issues and disorders related to both disease and wellness.
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