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Concussion

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) typically occurs when the head is suddenly accelerated and/or decelerated during an accident of some type. There may or may not have unconsciousness, or even a blow to the head. A severe whiplash situation can cause the same kinds of twisting and shearing forces on the brain's axons - the nerve fibers connecting one part of brain to another - as does a blow to the head. It is thought that these forces damage the connections between nerve cells and possibly the conducting fibers themselves, resulting in impairment of function.


A lot of people get traumatic brain injury; estimates are 600,000 per year in Ontario even though they may be miss-diagnosed or not even aware that they have suffered a mild traumatic brain injury. The most common result / symptoms are

  • Lower concentration
  • Trouble reading
  • Mental slowness
  • Sleep disruption
  • Vision Problems, ie. loss of reading speed, comprehension or comfort; depth perception
  • Getting poor sleep because of sore muscles from whiplash injuries makes the effects of any mild brain injury much worse.
  • Headaches
  • Mood Changes (anger/depression)

Our Doctors Specific Training:

  • Certified Brain Injury Specialists
  • Post Graduate Training through:
  • Ontario Brain Injury Association
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Alabama

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