How does it work with concussion rehabilitation?

August 15, 2022

Concussion rehabilitation aims to restore brain function following an injury. Depending on the specific symptoms and difficulties that the person is experiencing, this may entail various types of treatment.

Following a concussion, people may experience symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, sleep problems, memory loss, difficulty concentrating, and mood changes. Rehabilitation aims to assist the individual in managing and overcoming these symptoms, as well as restoring as much of their previous abilities and functions as possible.

Concussion rehabilitation can include a variety of treatments, such as medical treatment to alleviate symptoms such as headaches and dizziness. It may also include cognitive training to improve memory and concentration, as well as physical training to improve balance and coordination.

Therapies like cognitive behavior therapy and neuropsychological therapy can also help people manage their symptoms and improve their cognitive functions. Furthermore, various types of support, such as social support and support from family and friends, can aid in the recovery process.

It is critical that people who have had a concussion receive professional care and rehabilitation advice. This can assist them in recovering as quickly and completely as possible, as well as lowering the risk of long-term symptoms and complications.

 

This is how Brainsafe can help
You can turn to us at Brainsafe for advice and help if you suspect that your child has suffered a concussion. We make an individual assessment based on your child’s symptoms and what emerges during the care meeting. If your child has received a severe blow to the head, we recommend that you visit an emergency department. If your child shows symptoms, the child also needs to be present during the care meeting. You need to be the child’s guardian in order to book a digital meeting.