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What Is a Concussion?
A concussion is a jarring brain injury that is caused by a bump or blow to the head that causes headache, dizziness or any of the symptoms listed below. You do not need to have a loss of consciousness to have a concussion. Even though the bump or blow may seem mild, a concussion can be a serious medical problem.
Signs of a Concussion
Seek medical help if you or someone you know has three or more of the following symptoms develop after a blow to the head:
- Concentration Problems
- Memory Problems
- Blurred Vision
- Mood Swings
- Sleep Problems
Crozer-Keystone offers specialized care from a team of experts trained in the detection and treatment of traumatic and sports concussion. Not all concussions are the same, so you may receive treatment from experts in one or more of the following specialties:
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech and Language Pathology
- Sports Medicine
Our goal is to get patients back to their highest possible level of function.
Concussions in Sports
According to the Centers for Disease Control, emergency department visits for sports- and recreation-related traumatic brain injuries, including concussions, among children and adolescents increased by 60% during the past decade. For this reason, recognition, diagnosis, management and education are critical for helping young athletes with suspected concussion fully recover.
Crozer-Keystone’s fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians provide comprehensive care for athletes who have suffered a concussion or head injury.
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