The Right Care With A Comprehensive Approach
The Concussion Center utilizes a multidisciplinary team that not only provides a comprehensive initial diagnosis but an individualized treatment plan.
Innovative Technology & Individualized Care
Unlike other medical conditions and injuries, TBIs are unique in how they present and manifest in each patient. Your client not only merits the right legal defense, but also warrants the right medical diagnosis and treatment for TBIs to ensure a complete picture of the injury, treatment and impact on their quality of life.
Our Comprehensive Approach
At the first appointment, known as our Preliminary Neurological Assessment, each patient will receive PTSD screening, Ocular-Motility diagnostics, and a comprehensive evaluation completed by one of our board-certified Neurologists… at fraction of the cost of our competitors.
The Concussion Center is the only head injury provider in greater Atlanta that offers the diagnostic capabilities to evaluate the six common trajectories of a concussion defined below:
Unsteady on feet
Dizzy with movement
Trouble focusing on objects
Headaches and dizziness
Light, sound, and smell sensistivity
Shooting pains through arms
Difficulty moving neck
Stress and anxiety
Anxiety about driving
Post traumatic stress
At The Concussion Center, the benefits always produce better outcomes.
A concussion is a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Concussions are defined an injury caused by direct or indirect forces that cause neurochemical and cellular changes in the brain.
It doesn’t have to be expensive or take a long time. The Concussion Center can have your client scheduled for their Preliminary Neurological Assessment within days, not weeks. Each patient receives a PTSD screening, Ocular-Motility diagnostics, and a comprehensive evaluation completed by one of our board-certified Neurologists… at fraction of the cost of our competitors.
No. Patient can be referred for an evaluation if they express any of the following problems/symptoms: Headaches, memory loss, problems concentrating, dizziness or balance issues, trouble sleeping, or changes in mood…just to name a few.