Whether it’s called a concussion or getting your bell rung, accidental head injuries are part of almost every sport as well as everyday life. But abnormal inflammation within our brain is preventing many of us from fully recovering from these injuries as athletes did 50 years ago.
Many people experience common symptoms without understanding that these symptoms are a reflection of underlying brain damage. These same injuries will prevent you from performing to your fullest athletic potential by clouding your thinking, altering your balance and slowing your reflexes, a problem known as the hitting the Concussion Ceiling.
Take this quick quiz to see if you have any symptoms of underlying brain damage from a past injury. Answer yes to 3 or more questions, and it is highly likely your brain has been injured and did not recover.
If you checked 3 or more, your athletic performance
is being affected from past brain injuries.
The good news is that brain injury that causes symptoms such as these can be repaired even decades after the original injury.
Call Dr. Nemechek at 623-208-4226 right now, and schedule an appointment to begin recovery from your brain injury. The sooner you call, he sooner your game will improve.