Concussion Can Cause Long-Lasting Alterations in Brain Function
Concussion doesn’t always involve hitting your head. A fall or whiplash can cause impact between the brain and skull.
On-going symptoms can occur from compensatory changes in the brain instead of fully recovering after concussion.
These compensatory changes can contribute to future anxiety, depression, insomnia, and headaches.
EEG brain mapping can direct neurofeedback protocols to help the brain fully recover after concussion.
Dr. Holden MacRae
Professor of Sports Medicine, Pepperdine University
High Performance Physiologist, Red Bull High Performance Center
"The relative efficacy of qEEG directed neurofeedback in the treatment of post-concussive syndrome in contrast to the nearly complete absence of published studies of the effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation or of other therapies in the remediation of post-concussion syndrome, warrants the continued use of this treatment modality."