Doylestown Health’s Concussion Management program is designed to help those recovering from a concussion learn to manage their symptoms and get back to normal activities.
What is a Concussion?
A concussion is described as a direct hit on a person’s head, neck, or face. This impact transmits a force to the brain that causes it to move forward then backward against the skull. A simple concussion can last 7 to 10 days and a complex concussion can last longer than 10 days. Every concussion is different and the effects vary from person to person.
Postconcussive Syndrome (PCS)
Postconcussive syndrome occurs when recovery from a concussion is beyond the normal recovery window of approximately three weeks. Doylestown Health offers additional rehabilitation and treatment to help these patients.
Vestibular Rehabilitation for PCS
The goal of vestibular therapy for PCS is to retrain the brain to reduce concussion symptoms using exercises to challenge the vestibular system. Certified vestibular therapists are able to treat many symptoms of PCS and manage the patient’s return to work, activities or sports.
Symptoms We Treat:
- Blurred vision
- Balance deficits
- Neck pain
- Motion sensitivity
About Our Program
Doylestown Health’s Vestibular Rehabilitation program is under the direction of licensed physical therapists who have received specialized training and certification.
After a comprehensive evaluation, the vestibular therapist creates a personalized plan of care for each patient. Throughout the course of treatment, the physical therapist will be in close contact with your physician, acting as a team to ensure the smoothest recovery possible.
Doylestown Health participates in most major insurance plans. Our staff will assist you with checking your insurance prior to your first appointment. A physician’s prescription is required.
595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
To schedule an evaluation, call 215-345-2274 (choose option 4)