you suffered a concussion,
whiplash or mild head injury?
you noticed not feeling or
performing as well following
a “bell ringer”?
your vision or balance seemed “off” during
movement or at high speeds?
friends or family members
noticed a difference in your
personality or memory?
Have you noticed
increased pain in your knees/ankles/back
following a mild head injury?
A concussion is defined
as an acute deceleration event causing
nervous system dysfunction. The mechanism
of the injury determines the severity
of symptoms. Most patients who develop
Post Concussion Syndrome may not seek
help for months or even years
following the injury. Many patients
are completely unaware of the connection
between their symptoms and the injury
and may be quite confused by the change
in their quality of life. Symptoms
can include: poor vision, dizziness,
headache, migrane, vertigo, imbalance,
neck pain, clumsiness, anxiety, depression,
short-term memory loss, poor concentration,
cognitive abnormalities and
decreased fine motor skills.
The NeuroSensory Center™ is a
state-of-the-art facility specifically
designed to provide the most complete
diagnostic tests available for Post
Concussion Syndrome. This center is
equipped with Sensory ViewTM, the ground
breaking software system that provides
a complete array of non-invasive diagnostic
tests that are formatted into a simple,
easy-to-interpret graphical report.
With Sensory View,
your doctor will be able to “see” your
problem, customize your treatment and
verify the extent of your recovery at
pre-determined intervals. The NeuroSensory
Center evaluation allows your doctor
to be precise in determining the correct
time of return-to-play or return-to-work
without risk of further injury or decreased
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