CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT ETOBICOKE
We offer concussion management in Etobicoke to treat a wide range of concussion symptoms and guide you with your safe transition back to work, sports and socializing.
Concussions may happen because of a hit to the head, neck, face or somewhere else on the body that makes the brain move quickly back and forth inside the skull. While everyone’s concussion experience is different, concussions can cause physical, emotional and cognitive symptoms. These may effect parts of life such as going to work or school, being physically active, playing sports and taking part in family and day-to-day activities.
At Etobicoke Physiotherapy, we have experience treating patients with a range of concussion symptoms. Treatments are individually tailored to a patient’s needs, but may include vestibular retraining, cardiovascular testing, cognitive training, balance training and manual therapy for the neck area. While most concussions resolve in a matter of weeks, some people will have persistent symptoms. Your recovery may take longer if you return to school, work or sports too soon. Our therapists provide effective education, guidance and therapy to patients who present with new concussions or many months after a concussion has occurred. We provide guidance to help our patients with their safe transition back to work, to socializing and to sports.
CONCUSSION & POST-CONCUSSION SYNDROME TREATMENT
At Etobicoke Physiotherapy we have designed a standard Concussion Rehabilitation Treatment plan. However, this treatment plan is continuously tailored to each patient’s needs and how well they respond to it. One plan is for recent injuries that involve six steps: education, symptom relief, desensitization therapies, balance training, neck rehab therapy and lastly a stepwise approach to get the individual to return to normal functionality level. Our Physiotherapists are trained experts and will help you at all stages of the process and will design therapies based on your individual needs.
The second type of treatment plan is for longer lasting concussions. In this condition, we have six types of therapies: sub-symptom cardio exercise, vision rehab therapy, vestibular rehab therapy, cognitive rehab therapy, activity reconditioning and lastly, stepwise return to normal functional activities. Your physiotherapist will design each component based on your individual needs and will continuously work with you while readjusting the treatment plan to help you achieve normal functionality.
SERVICES PROVIDED BY
Clover graduated as a Physiotherapist from Trinity College in Ireland in 2006. She worked in the Irish hospital system where she gained a broad base of clinical experience. Alongside this, she worked with a local first division soccer team, treating players’ injuries and facilitating a speedy return to play.
She came to Canada in 2010 and has been working in clinical practice in Toronto since 2011. She has an interest in running injuries and is registered as a running injury specialist with The Running Clinic. She also has an interest in concussion management and has taken courses related to the management of concussion and post-concussion syndrome. Clover uses a variety of manual therapy techniques to manage pain, restriction, and loss of motion. In 2016 she worked with ‘The River Dance’ dance company while they performed in Toronto. Providing clinical care to cast and crew and being on hand during every performance. In 2017 clover completed her Pilates instructor training and she uses Pilates-based exercises in the rehabilitation of many conditions. She enjoys working closely with her patients to achieve their personal goals, whether they are a return to sports, to work, or to a pain-free night's sleep.
Clover O'Brien B.Sc. (Hons) - P.T.Physiotherapy, Concussion Management
Jean completed her degree in physiotherapy in India in 2001 and has been a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario since 2014. For the past 15 years, she has worked and gained experience in the UAE, India and Saudi Arabia, treating musculoskeletal, sports injuries, and neuro-rehab patients in the hospital and clinical settings.
Jean is a dedicated therapist with strong professional values and believes that a thorough assessment, hands-on treatment, individualized exercise program, functional training, and active patient participation will help achieve maximum levels of function. She continually upgrades her skills by attending various manual therapy courses, evidence-based courses and webinars to provide effective and quality service to her clients.
Jean Thomas - P.T.Physiotherapy, Vestibular (Vertigo)
We are located on the South-East corner of Evans Ave. and Kipling Ave. Immediately south of the QEW (beside the Petro Canada Gas Station). Two minute walk from the TTC Kipling Evans bus stop. We have FREE PARKING and are WHEELCHAIR accessibility.
Etobicoke Physiotherapy entrance:
– Steps (North West Corner of Building)
– Ramp (West Side of Building)
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|Tuesday||7:00 AM — 7:00 PM|
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