Three concussion symptoms to look out for

Concussions have recently gained a new notoriety thanks to recent scandals in the National Football League (NFL). While you may not be a professional football player, there are still many ways you could get a concussion, and there are three concussion symptoms you need to look out for.

At Continuum Wellness, our team is dedicated to helping our patients improve their health and well-being. One way we show this dedication is by building personalized therapy plans for every patient. We’re committed to this personal approach because we know every person experiences injuries and medical issues in unique ways.

For this reason, we’ll perform an initial assessment to determine precisely how your condition is affecting you, and we’ll also take the time to listen to your questions and concerns. Using these two pieces of information, our team will then create personalized therapy plans that are intended to help you treat issues like concussions and the three concussion symptoms you should be looking out for.

Three symptoms of a concussion you should be looking out for

Concussions can be very serious injuries, and they typically exhibit three symptoms you should be looking out for.

Concussions are a type of traumatic brain injury that’s mild in most cases. They occur when you receive a blow to the head that causes your brain to crash into the inside of your skull. Concussions may be caused by impacts to the head while playing sports, car accidents and any other actions that cause you to bump your head.

If you think you may have a concussion, there are several specific symptoms that are caused by this type of injury. One symptom is painful headaches. In fact, you must be very careful if your headaches get worse over time if you have a concussion because this may be a sign of bleeding in your skull. A second concussion symptom you may have is nausea. You may also experience dizziness and other balance-related problems.

Taking time out to rest is one important step when you’re recovering from a concussion. However, once you’re on the road to recovery, our Continuum Wellness team may also be able to help you:

  • Restore muscle strength and endurance
  • Stop dizziness
  • Improve balance
  • Reduce headache frequency

If you’ve recently gotten a concussion, then our Continuum Wellness team is here for you. We’ll work hard to build you a personalized recovery plan that may help you recover faster from your concussion. All you have to do to get our help is take one easy step.

Contact our team today for more information or to schedule an initial appointment.

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