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Concussions are frequently induced by a blow to the head via sports, falls, car accident, domestic abuse, and even shaken baby syndrome. Most people who suffer a concussion either don't believe they had a concussion or ignore the signs because there was no loss of consciousness.

Some concussion signs and symptoms appear immediately while others may take a day or even a lifetime to surface. Seek medical attention immediately if you suspect a concussion, especially when symptoms worsen over a short amount of time.

Possible Concussion Signs and Symptoms

Headaches Sensitivity to light and noise
Loss of consciousness Ringing in the ears
Amnesia about the injury or in general Loss or distortion of taste and smell
Seizures Decreased balance and/or coordination
Neck pain Poor concentration
Trouble sleeping Memory problems
Drowsiness or fatigue Confusion and slow thought processes
Dizziness Personality changes
Nausea or vomiting  Irritability, extreme rage
Slurred speech Apathy, lack of interest or motivation
Blurred vision Depression and/or anxiety

At ProNeuro Health, our multifaceted, natural concussion care will fully assess, manage, and properly address concussions resulting in fewer symptoms while decreasing long-term effects. We provide help that goes far beyond simply rest. We use a combination of brain-based protocols and nutritional supplements* reestablish brain chemistry to address symptoms and to support the brain. Our process also protects the brain before a concussion takes place to minimize the damage of a concussive event.

Our Baseline and Recovery System

  • Identifies athletic weaknesses and enhances athletes prior to a concussion

  • Cannot be falsified like a standalone computer cognitive test

  • Compares pre- and post-injury testing to restore an athlete back to baseline

  • Translates into noticeable improvements on and off the field

  • Completed by an American Chiropractic Neurology Board Diplomate


We recommend resting as much as possible after a concussion as well as temporarily avoiding physical and cognitive activities. Decrease activities including sports or any activity that raises heart rate. Also, decrease activities that require heavy concentration or attention like working on a computer or playing video games. However, we will provide much more than rest for concussion recovery.

You are worth more than minimal care. We can significantly reduce symptoms of concussions and restore brain function.

Request an appointment today!

*One component of care includes nutritional supplements. The products used are not intended for use as a replacement for medications prescribed by a medical doctor. The supplements are intended for nutritional purposes only and not evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.