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9 Common Questions About Post-Concussion Dizziness

Concussions can happen to anyone and they are not only reserved for athletes and sports incidents. Concussions, medically referred to as mild Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) can happen from a car accident, fall, riding a bike or even on the playground. Unfortunately, concussions aren't like a scrape on your arm, where you can noticeably see it improve day after day. Anyone who's experienced a concussion knows the frustration of waking up everyday with the same degree of symptoms, hoping that the next day they wake up it will be gone. These prolonged effects of a concussion leave patients with many questions.

What is Post-Concussion Syndrome? How is Post-Concussion Dizziness Treated?

In the last 10 years, the world’s understanding of concussions has increased tenfold. While contact sports are still a staple in creating concussions, more and more average people are being checked for concussions following a car accident, a slip-and-fall, or accidental hits to the head.

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