Concussion
  • A traumatic brain injury that commonly affects brain function.

  • Effects are usually temporary and can include headaches, problems with concentration, memory, balance and coordination.

  • Concussions are sometimes difficult to recognize; any trauma to the head should be treated as a possible concussion.

  • Concussions are common in teenagers and young adults who play contact sports, such as hockey, soccer, and football.

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What can Nobleton Physiotherapy do for me?
  • A registered physiotherapist will offer a concussion management and recovery plan.

  • Monitor recovery and ensure return-to-work and return-to-play does not occur before the concussions has resolved.

  • Provide base-line concussion testing before an injuries occurs.

Our one-to-one sessions with a Registered Physiotherapist allows us to utilize our manual therapy skills to provide effective and efficient treatment directed at restoring joint mechanics and soft tissue health.  Our treatment sessions last 30-45 minutes thereby allowing us to provide ample ‘hands-on’ treatment.  Our physiotherapists have acquired advanced manual therapy skills through continuing academic courses offered by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association – Orthopaedic division.

Not what you were looking for?  Email us or call the office and one of our registered physiotherapists will call you back. Although we cannot list all of the injuries and conditions we treat, our physiotherapists will be able to answer your specific questions. 

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*Information provided is not medical advice and is not meant to be used as a diagnosis.  This web page is to be used for informational purposes only.  Please schedule an appointment with one of our registered physiotherapists to have your unique situation evaluated by one of our professional. 

Nobleton Physiotherapy

13085 Highway 27, Unit 2 Nobleton, ON  L0G 1N0

 

Monday to Thursday: 8 A.M. - 7 P.M.

Friday: 8 A.M. - 6 P.M.

Saturday: 9 A.M. - 1 P.M. (Massage)

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