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Concussion Recovery [Ayden's CFX Story] (2015)

Ayden came to Cognitive FX for relief from his concussion symptoms due to a rollover car accident he was involved in.


Ayden Sorenson



Mode of Injury:

Car Accident


Date of Injury:


Date of Treatment:


"I came here and started doing things and the first day I had improvement."

I am Ayden Sorensen and I was in here because of a rollover accident. And it kind of, like, messed my whole life up. I had headaches. I felt like puking all the time. I had a really hard time eating, headaches nonstop. Concentrating was difficult.

[Woman 1] Very tired.

Very tired all the time. Trouble with school. School was terrible. I couldn't concentrate, couldn't do work. I felt like there was a wall. I felt like just I'd hit a wall.

[Woman 2] Okay. Tell us a little bit about your experience here at Cognitive FX.

 Well, at first I didn't think it was going to, like, help me at all, to be honest. I thought it was just going to be like what my doctors were saying, stuff like that. And then I actually came here and started doing things, and the first day I had improvement.

I noticed a big difference the first day. Because, before, when he had the accident, his emotional state was just all over the place. It would be like, he'd walk in the room and just start yelling at everybody, and we couldn't figure out why he was doing that. He knew it was wrong, so he would, like, just cry. And he was just like,
"I don't know why I'm crying." And, you know, it was bad. And then, even the first day coming here, there was just such a big difference. He was just almost...
To me, it was just like "Oh, there's my Ayden. There's my son."

You got him back.


After the first day, which just totally blew my mind. And, you know, he's been doing the therapy. He's done with the therapy and it's like he's really, really back. And I just... Yeah.

Yeah, like really happy about that.