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How long does concussion recovery take?

By April 15, 2022January 2nd, 2024No Comments
Brain injury recovery

5.3 million people in the US live with permanent TBI-related disabilities with about 1.3 million people suffering from TBIs every year. Concussion recovery can last from a few weeks to years if untreated.

During the acute phase following a concussion, initial symptoms can last a few weeks. These include light sensitivity, sound sensitivity, migraines, dizziness, light-headedness, brain fog, among other symptoms. Typically this is the time where symptoms are the most severe.

During the recovery phase, these symptoms can last from a month to years without proper rehabilitation. Those who are still experiencing symptoms still regularly feel flare-ups related to their original symptoms. It’s important to seek out a profession during this phase if you feel like you aren’t recovering from your concussion symptoms.

If you are looking to learn more about concussion recovery and information regarding concussion we have a great article here.

San Diego Chiropractic Neurology

We are a chiropractic neurology clinic that specializes in functional neurology, brain trauma, and spine trauma. Some other common conditions we work with are concussions and TBI, ADHD, POTS and dysatuonomia, headaches and migraines, as well as dizziness and disequilibrium syndromes.

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