Learn why you may feel your doctor doesn’t understand what’s going on with you and what YOU can do yourself to move forward with your concussion recovery.
Post-concussion syndrome essentially is a concussion that’s been taking longer to heal. On this page, you find a lot of materials that help you understand concussion syndrome, how it works, why it’s such a hard diagnosis for doctors to help you with, and what YOU can do about it. Because take it from someone who made a full recovery after doctors said her brain injury was beyond repair: you can recover!
In this epic Concussion Stories conversation with Emeritus Professor Andrew Maas, Melanie experiences the medical acknowledgment that she always missed.
After a negative concussion CT scan, you may certainly experience post-concussion symptoms. You’re not crazy! Read this blog post to understand.
What happens when you get a concussion, biologically? …Easy to understand, please! Read this illustrated blog post to finally get why you have symptoms.
Knowing about the long-term effects of concussions would have pushed me to create a constructive recovery plan for myself. I want to help you do that.
This is my list of “mild” concussion symptoms: you are not alone. The good news? I have never had any of these symptoms again since my full recovery!
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