Concussion Treatment

There has been plenty of medical research done on concussions, however, concussion rates continue to rise from year to year. This is most likely attributed to the most common form of doctor recommended treatment: rest. Although rest is important, it doesn’t relieve a patient from life-long symptoms such as migraines, trouble concentrating, memory loss, or even seizures.

When a concussion occurs, the cranial bone movement is altered, diminishing brain function and causing lasting symptoms.

Regardless of the severity of the concussion, Dr. Simkovich has corrected concussion symptoms and provided treatment for a variety of patients, from Professional and High School Athletes, to victims of vehicle accidents. With the help of Dr. Simkovich, the cranial bones can be restored to their normal movements. Dr. Simkovich treats each concussion case uniquely, as the movement can be altered differently from person-to-person. First consultations usually consist of Dr. Simkovich determining how the movement has changed and deciding what that patient’s distinctive treatment plan will entail.

As a patient, the first step in getting treatment is knowing all the common signs and symptoms of a concussion. Below, you’ll find three of our featured white papers detailing the information you need to know.

 

If you are seeking treatment, please schedule an appointment today.

“I never had a known concussion, but Dr. Simkovich explained how much cumulative smaller blows to the head affect brain function. After treatment, my comprehension and concentration skills greatly improved. The dull headaches that I often had stopped and my memory was noticeably sharper. I typically had a hard time remembering people’s names, but that improved dramatically after Dr. Simkovich treated me.”

— Todd Kalis, Former NFL Player, Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers

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