MTBI and Concussion
Individuals often change after experiencing a brain injury. The purpose of this section is to help you in assessing whether or not you or someone close to you suffers from Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI), Post-Concussion Syndrome, or from a more serious injury. It provides information on the assessment and treatment of MTBI, literature and a continuing education course.
Centre for Neuro Skills® began working with this population in 1980 and to date approximately 10% of our clients have been diagnosed with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and/or Post-Concussion Syndrome. We empirically evaluate our success and measure that success on the basis of how many of our clients return to work and how many end their dependence on medical treatment.
- Concussion and MTBI: Silent, Subtle and Treatable
- Return to Sports After MTBI
- Visual Dysfunction Related to MTBI
- Does MTBI Contribute to Neurodegenerative Disease?
Kern County Concussion Consortium
Click on links below to visit the KCCC website or to view/download documents
- AAN Position Position Statement on Concussion
- AB Bill 25 and 588
- Guidelines for MTBI and Persistent Symptoms
- Heads Up Poster
- Heads Up Quiz
- Heads Up Cover Letter
- Heads Up Cover Fact Sheet Athletes
- Heads Up Cover Fact Sheet Parents
- Heads Up Cover Parents Magnet
- Heads Up Coaches Clipboard
- Heads Up Fact Sheet Coaches
- Heads Up Physicians