Concussion Recovery

Concussions May Result in Persistent Changes to Brain Function


Concussion isn't always the result of direct head impact. A fall or whiplash can also cause the brain to collide with the skull.


Persistent symptoms may arise from compensatory adaptations in the brain rather than complete recovery post-concussion.


These compensatory changes may predispose individuals to future issues such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, and headaches.


EEG brain mapping guides neurofeedback protocols aimed at facilitating full recovery following concussion.

Traumatic brain injuries, such as concussions, typically stem from forceful or abrupt head impacts, and managing ensuing symptoms can be challenging.

Standard treatment approaches often involve rest and medication. However, relying solely on these methods may not always yield sustained symptom relief, particularly when medications are discontinued.

Neurofeedback treatments for brain injuries involve presenting the patient’s brainwave activity visually and auditorily, enabling identification of abnormalities and focusing on correcting them.

Neurofeedback operates by training the brain to utilize faster brainwaves, enhancing mental clarity, focus, organization, and follow-through, among other crucial functions.

The Director of Brain Performance Center, one of the leading neuroscience experts in quantitative EEG brain mapping, neurocognitive testing, neurofeedback brain training, and nutritional cellular health, Bryan Hixson tailors personalized treatment protocols according to each patient’s specific needs and brain map-linked symptoms.

These protocols empower patients to harness the mind-body connection, facilitating a shift towards healthier brain functioning, thereby alleviating symptoms and enhancing their overall quality of life.

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