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Those suffering with post-concussion syndrome in Toledo, OH should call Dr. Bryan D. Royer in order to get help.
As Toledo’s first Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, Dr. Royer is able to take a unique approach to treating post-concussion syndrome. As a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, Dr. Royer is able to combine his understanding of neurological and sports injuries to treat athletes in the Toledo area suffering from post-concussion syndrome.
Symptoms of Post-Concussion Syndrome can include any of the symptoms of concussion, which includes neck pain, light and sound sensitivity, balance issues, trouble concentrating or irritability as well as other symptoms. There is no medication that is available to treat the symptoms of Post-Concussion Syndrome, but there are other treatment options available. Problems in the neck alone can be a cause for headaches, which may be resolved by treatments like chiropractic adjustments. Concussions can be caused by sports injuries but in adults, they are also often caused by car accidents.
As a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, Dr. Royer can offer specialized treatment. Treatment is based on a comprehensive history and neurological examination and can consist of chiropractic adjustments to the spine and/or extremities, eye exercises, balance and coordination activities, sensory training that may include light, sound, smell, or touch, physical exercises, nutritional modification as well as other treatments. All of these treatments are used to exercise and build strength in the connections of the brain. Very specific brain-based exercises are given to the patient for them to do on their own to help in their recovery.