Concussion Rehabilitation

“Over the last few years people have started to realize that concussions are different in everybody and there are different aspects of your physiology that are affected. - John Leddy, MD

What we offer

Evidence-based rehabilitation, symptom management and patient advocacy for people with persistent concussion symptoms.

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comprehensive Assessment and rehabilitation for all of the common physical symptoms of concussion.

  • Treadmill Testing to assess exertion symptoms and guide a progressive symptom limited exercise program to promote recovery.

  • A thorough assessment of vestibular symptoms and efficient treatment if needed.

  • Evaluation of gross oculomotor function and treatment of convergence and accommodative insufficiently.

  • Evaluation and treatment of cervical spine disfunction and pain.

  • Basic and advanced balance training integrated with oculomotor retraining.

  • High level sport-specific progressions that prepare you for return to activity/sport.



How We are different from other physical therapy clinics

  • One hour long, 1-on-1 private treatment with a Doctor of Physical therapy

  • Treatment in a quiet, low stimulus environment. Dark room provided if needed

  • Online home exercise program with a communication portal that allows for continuous communication between patient and therapist

  • A commitment to putting education first for student athletes

  • A frequent and open line of communication with your Physician to provide the most efficient and coordinated care possible


What to expect from your first visit:

Your evaluation will begin with your physical therapist measuring vital signs, asking a few questions and, most importantly, listening to you describe the symptoms you are experiencing.  

Next, your therapist will perform four assessments:

  • Vestibular-Ocular Motor Screening to assess your eye motion and vestibular system.

  • Balance screening to assess your functional balance

  • Cervical spine examination to check for neck impairment

  • Exertion testing that evaluates how your symptoms respond to different levels of physical activity

Last, but certainly not least, you and your therapist will establish a treatment plan and home exercises that are tailored to your specific goals. Follow-up appointments are usually weekly but will vary from patient to patient.