The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the United States governments premiere public health agency. They have over 15,000 employees and are tasked with promoting public health and safety. They have an excellent website that gives detailed information on concussions and post-concussion treatment. This link will provide information on concussion symptoms, typical recovery timelines and potential long term effects.
The mission of NINDS is to seek fundamental knowledge about the brain and nervous system and to use that knowledge to reduce the burden of neurological disease. They have excellent informational resources for those who have suffered a concussion or a traumatic brain injury, and what post-concussion treatment might look like.
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the country’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization. Living with a brain injury can require a range of resources, strategies and supports. The range of possible supports can be tremendous. This page hopes to offer links to articles and information about the supports and resources that are available to people with brain injury and their families to assist them.
This is a quality forum where individuals who have suffered from a concussion or traumatic brain injury discuss treatment options and outcomes.
This is a site targeting veterans who have suffered a traumatic brain injury during their military service. It has links to many of the programs that are offered by Veterans Affairs and contact information for out reach programs.
This is a detailed list of some of the concussion symptoms that a person who has suffered from a concussion may experience.
Dr. Allen and Dr. Fong presented at the dynavision conference on how Cognitive FX has implemented this therapy in our concussion treatment. You can pay a small fee and see the presentation given during the conference.