Tag Archives: Concussion

How Upper Cervical Care Helps With Post-Concussion Syndrome

According to research, results show that many individuals are not taking concussions serious as they should be. More than half a million children are taking to the hospital emergency units on the treatment of traumatic brain injuries. However, so many school children suffer from concussion as a result of participating in organized sports such as […]

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No Such Thing as a Simple Concussion

It is estimated that nearly 70 percent of young athletes with a possible concussion continue to play when they should be removed from playing, according to a federal report released in September of 2015. According to Dr. Grant Baldwin of the Center for Disease Control, traumatic brain injuries affect almost 2.5 million Americans annually.  Currently, […]

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Is Your Lingering Headaches from a Concussion?

In the United States, 1.6 to 3.8 million sports-related concussions are reported annually.3  Many times we focus on concussions and sports injuries affecting only(mostly) football players but according to a study looking at catastrophic sports injuries in high school athletes revealed cheerleading injuries rank number 1 in female sports and number 2 overall.2  In fact, […]

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What to Do for Your Child after a Concussion in Redmond Washington

Do you know a young rising athlete who recently experienced an impact to the head, neck or face?  Have you noticed that they are now struggling in school or had to take time off of school? Did they have to take a season off to recover from the blow? Here are just some of the […]

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