APEX Brain Centers hosts post-concussion Q&A Feb. 27

Press release from APEX Brain Centers:

Concussions are the most common type of traumatic brain injury, yet they are vastly undertreated (and most often untreated) by way of conventional medical approaches.

APEX Brain Centers does not subscribe to the “wait & see” approach to concussions (i.e., waiting for symptoms to go away), because we know there are dangerous consequences related to inaction. Every concussion should be evaluated and treated aggressively, with far more than standard ER and “sideline” testing, to minimize the risk of debilitating long-term effects.

Join Dr. Michael Trayford on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. for a 1-hour kick-off to Brain Injury Awareness Month. Dr. Trayford will give a brief background on PCS, talk about ‘must-have’ evaluations and interventions, and, most importantly, answer questions from the audience related to PCS.

This is an interactive discussion that will be live streamed through our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1078780632300841/.

Please feel free to message us any questions you would like to have covered during the discussion, or post as a comment during the event!   

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