Most People Assume That if They Just Rest for a Couple of Days, all the Symptoms Will Disappear.
If you have been diagnosed with a concussion, how can you be positive that you are doing all that you can to be sure that your concussion heals without negative side effects? Are you waiting forever for a doctor’s appointment? Are you confused after searching the internet for answers only to find differing opinions with potentially misleading information?
If you’re suffering from a concussion, or any symptoms that come along with a concussion, you may be hoping it will magically go away on its own. Most people assume that if they just rest for a couple of days, all the symptoms will disappear. Sometimes, this IS the case. However, it’s important to know that other times it’s not, and early intervention is the key to a faster and more complete recovery.
If you find yourself thinking, “Things just don’t seem to be getting any better”, it may be time to see one of our experienced physical therapists. If you are dealing with a concussion and any of the symptoms that come along with it, there is something that you should know: YOU ARE NOT ALONE! Concussions are something that we treat here at Cardin & Miller Physical Therapy and it’s something that happens more often than you’d think!
When it comes to Concussions everyone wants to know:
"What should I be doing to help properly recover from this?"
How long should this take for me to get better? Will I EVER get better?
There are many old wives’ tales swirling around about concussions and the best ways to recover from them. It’s easy to get caught up in the idea of quick fixes or simple remedies for your Concussion. If you aren’t careful, you can be sucked down a rabbit hole of misinformation. Your time is valuable, and you want relief. Trust one of our experienced concussion professionals to help direct you onto the path to recovery.
Your doctor is an important member of the medical team, and we are happy to work with them to help get you back on your feet! Many primary care doctors will recommend extended periods of rest (often times weeks) between appointments for clients with concussion. One frustrating outcome is that symptoms occasionally worsen during rest periods. After 3 weeks of waiting (and feeling worse), the client follows up with their doctor and is THEN referred for Concussion Therapy at our clinic. Getting an assessment with one of our experienced concussion therapists sooner than later is the best way to ensure that you are doing everything that you can to expedite your recovery.
If You’re Currently Living with Concussion Symptoms Here Are Some Things You Need to Know:
If you worried that you may have a concussion or wondering if there is anything different that you could be doing to recover from a validated concussion, CONSIDER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS:
Option 1: Call 717-245-0400 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a Free Phone Consultation with one of our expert Physical Therapist with Concussion Therapy experience, ask questions, and find out WHAT can be done to help you get fully back on your feet after your Concussion.
Option 2: Call or email us to request our Exclusive FREE REPORT “10 TRUTHS ABOUT CONCUSSIONS!”
The fact that you were persistent with finding more information on how to properly treat a concussion is a great thing… because now you have found yourself in the right place!!
If you'd like some expert advice about what can be done for your Concussion symptoms, click on the link below to schedule a Free Phone Consultation with one of our expert Physical Therapists! The call is completely free to you, and there is no risk or obligation. Our goal is simply to help guide you in making the right choice about what to do next.
What Is Important for Me To Know When It Comes To Dealing With Concussions?
First, no two Concussions are the same. There are many different types of Concussions and so many ways your body can react. It’s important to know that you may not be able to deal with one Concussion the way you would deal with another. This is why it’s important to contact a medical professional when the Concussion occurs.
Second, Concussions take a while to heal; it is not an overnight thing, for sure. Most Concussions can heal within 7-21 days. However, it may take upwards of a year to fully recover from a Concussion.
Third, a Concussion is brain injury. Even though you don’t see it or maybe don’t even feel it all the time, it is important to remember that the brain needs time to heal just like your ankle would if you tripped and sprained it!
Fourth, you don’t have to wait around and do nothing. YOU CAN GET HELP TREATING YOUR CONCUSSION SYMPTOMS RIGHT AWAY!
If you would like to know how we at Cardin & Miller Physical Therapy (We have locations in Carlisle, Harrisburg, and Mechanicsburg) can help you live Concussion symptom free– sign up now for our One-on-One FREE SCREEN session! It's completely risk-free, with no obligations!
Our One-on-One Free Screen is something that is offered to people who are skeptical or uncertain about Physical Therapy. We created our One-on-One Free Screen for those who are unsure of Physical Therapy's benefits or if it's the right fit for them. If that sounds like you, come on in for your One-on-One Free Screen with one of our expert Physical Therapists to find out what's wrong and what can be done… without any risk or cost on your part.
“Hear From Happy Patients of Cardin & Miller”
Please enjoy watching stories of other people in pain just like you who came to see the physical therapy team at Cardin & Miller - and left much healthier and happier:
Age 56, Carlisle
"Steve was a very compassion filled and caring healthcare provider. The relationship aspect between the provider and patient was just outstanding. Something that you don't always see in the healthcare world today, and they were just a phenomenal group of people."
Age 39, Carlisle
"After 12 weeks, I was back to living completely pain-free, playing with my kids, carrying an extra bag of groceries for my wife, and doing all the things I should do in my mid thirties. At this point, it was one of the best decisions I ever made"
Age 51, Carlisle
"I've nothing but positive things to say about Cardin and Miller. I have no pain in this shoulder whatsoever and I have full range of motion. And that was one of the most important things for me - was to know that I could then again always have use of this shoulder and strengthen this shoulder."