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TBI/Concussion Treatment


TBI/Concussion Treatment in Kansas City

Did you incur a head injury recently in a car accident? Are you experiencing symptoms like dizziness, loss of balance, headaches, or behavioral changes? TBI/ Concussion treatment at Injury Treatment Centers of Kansas City can help you recover!

TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and concussion treatment encompasses a range of therapies and interventions aimed at addressing the symptoms and underlying issues caused by head injuries. These treatments can be multidisciplinary, involving neurologists, physical therapists, chiropractors, and other healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive care. The primary goal is to promote recovery and improve the patient’s quality of life.

How You May Benefit From TBI/Concussion Treatment:

  • Alleviate Headaches, Dizziness, And Nausea
  • Improve Cognitive Function
  • Restore Balance, Coordination, And Physical Strength
  • Reduce The Risk of Falls And Improve Overall Mobility
  • Decrease Emotional Disturbances
  • Minimize Long-Term Complications
  • Promote Overall Recovery

How TBI/Concussion Treatment Works

TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and concussion treatment begins with a thorough diagnosis and assessment to determine the severity and specific characteristics of the injury. This initial evaluation may involve neuroimaging, cognitive testing, and physical examinations. Early treatment typically includes a period of rest to allow the brain to heal, followed by a gradual reintroduction of activities to avoid exacerbating symptoms. Specific therapies may be implemented to manage pain, inflammation, headaches, and mood disturbances. Physical therapy is crucial in restoring physical function, improving balance and coordination, and reducing dizziness and vertigo.

Cognitive rehabilitation is essential for enhancing memory, attention, and problem-solving skills in addition to physical therapy. Chiropractic neurology employs non-invasive techniques to address neurological symptoms and enhance brain function through specific adjustments, exercises, and sensory stimulation. An interdisciplinary approach incorporating manual therapy, myofascial release, and interferential current therapy helps alleviate musculoskeletal pain associated with TBI or concussion. This comprehensive treatment strategy ensures that all aspects of the injury are addressed, promoting overall recovery and improving the patient’s quality of life.

Contact Injury Treatment Centers of Kansas City at  (816) 886-9005 or schedule an appointment to learn more about TBI/Concussion Treatment.