A comprehensive CereScan analysis can pave the way for the right treatment and improved quality of life.
Concussion is the most common type of traumatic brain injury (TBI). After a concussion or mild head injury, the brain will often heal on its own. However, symptoms can persist following even a mild concussion, whiplash or blow to the head. Concussion symptoms can include:
- Memory issues
- Difficulty concentrating
- Dizziness or loss of balance
- Fatigue or drowsiness
- Nausea with or without vomiting
- Ringing in the ears
- Trouble speaking
- Dilation of one or both pupils
- Loss of coordination or impaired motor skills
Symptoms that persist for weeks, months or longer after a concussion are associated with persistent post-concussion syndrome (PPCS), also called post-concussion syndrome (PCS) or post concussive syndrome.
Without a comprehensive neurodiagnostic evaluation that includes functional brain imaging, concussions can be difficult to accurately diagnose. Mild to moderate TBIs are often:
- Misdiagnosed: Concussion symptoms overlap symptoms of other brain conditions,
- Undiagnosed: Traditional imaging (MRI and CT scans) cannot “see” mild TBIs, or
- Overlooked: Disbelief or lack of awareness that a mild head injury can lead to significant symptoms.
The Answers You Need Are Now Accessible
We have helped thousands of people like you get the answers they deserve. The comprehensive CereScan imaging experience is a more personalized, accurate, comprehensive way of evaluating brain function and symptoms using:
- Functional brain imaging (qSPECT)
- Advanced processing software
- Detailed medical history
- Clinical assessments
Living with an Undiagnosed or Misdiagnosed Concussion
A brain injury can affect who you are, the way you think, the way you act and the way you feel. Living with an undiagnosed or misdiagnosed condition can leave you feeling out of control, frustrated and hopeless. Imagine knowing the cause of your problem and getting the help you need to get your life back on track.
Because You Deserve Answers
We understand what you are going through and are here to help you get answers. Contact us by phone at 866-722-4806 to schedule your free phone consultation. Our dedicated staff is here to answer any questions you have and help guide you in the right direction. A more accurate, comprehensive diagnosis can pave the way for the right treatment and improved quality of life. You are not alone, let us help.