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Concussion rehabilitation may be important to your recovery

If you suffer a concussion, it’s important to work closely with your medical team during the recovery phase. Doing so puts you on track to making a full recovery, returning to your normal life as soon as possible.

The severity of your concussion determines the type of treatment you receive. For example, your doctor may want to keep you overnight in the hospital for observation. Also, it’s likely that you’ll be told to minimize physical and mental exertion for a period of several weeks.

As you continue to make strides with your recovery, you may want to partake in a concussion rehabilitation program. This can include the following:

  • Balance training
  • Aerobic conditioning
  • Core strengthening
  • Postural education
  • Manual therapy of any injuries, such as those to the back or neck
  • Gaze stabilization
  • Convergence exercises

Along with the above, your therapist can provide you with a home exercise program to help accelerate your healing. When you combine this with the rehabilitation that you complete with your therapist, you have a plan in place that will help you make a fast and full recovery.

Regardless of what caused your concussion, don’t hesitate to receive medical treatment. This gives you a clear idea of the extent of your injury, as well as your prognosis.

It can take a lot of time, effort and expense to recover from a concussion or other type of brain injury. If another person’s negligence caused your brain injury, learn more about your legal rights and how to seek compensation. Doing so will help you deal with the impact of your accident.

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Carlton F. Bennett Mr. Bennett is recognized as an expert in traumatic brain damage litigation, nursing home malpractice, and wrongful death cases. He has obtained numerous multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for traumatic brain injury survivors, and other cases involving serious injuries.
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