Currently due to staffing shortage, we are not offering ongoing concussion management services. We continue to offer single neuropsychological evaluations related to concussion issues but advise management services elsewhere.

Concussion Management

How do I know if I have had a concussion?

After a blow to the head or body, you may experience loss of consciousness and/or some of the following symptoms:

  • Headaches
  • Feeling mentally foggy
  • Trouble with mental tasks such as attending, concentrating, and remembering
  • Slow thinking, difficulty reading
  • Getting lost or easily confused
  • Feeling tired
  • Having low energy
  • Feeling sad, irritable, anxious, or overly emotional
  • Having difficulty sleeping or sleeping a lot more than usual
  • Feeling light headed, dizzy or off balance
  • Light sensitivity
  • Noise sensitivity
  • Vomiting or nausea
  • Blurred or double vision
  • Ringing in the ears
  • In young children, the following may be noticed: vomiting, unsteady walking, loss of a previously attained skill (e.g., toileting, walking, or speech), listlessness, crankiness, loss of interest in usually enjoyed activities or things, change in sleep or eating, trouble functioning in school

A person will have some, but usually not all of these symptoms, following concussion. You can have a concussion without having actually hit your head.