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Concussion Recovery

Concussion Recovery Time: How Long Does it Take to Heal?

Concussions, whether acute or chronic, are serious injuries that can affect your short-term and long-term health, especially if they're not treated promptly. Besides finding out the most optimal treatment options available, patients are usually concerned with the amount of time it will take to...

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Concussion Recovery

5 Interesting Facts about Concussions

Most people know the basics about concussions: a blow or jolt to the head can cause brain damage. Common symptoms include dizziness, headaches and nausea. But there may be some other facts about this condition that you aren’t aware of—yet.

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Concussion Recovery

Are There Different Types of Concussions?

Concussions put you at risk of suffering from short- and long-term health effects. Although the cause of the concussion can influence what type of symptoms you experience and how long they last, concussions should never be taken lightly. If you let your symptoms go unaddressed, you could end up...

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Recent Posts

Should You Get a Facial?

April 02, 2018

 

Those who've never undergone a facial may be hesitant to book the multi-step skin treatment out of uncertainty, or fear of how their skin will react. There's really no need to worry, however.

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Why Get a Full-Body Thermography?

March 22, 2018

Did you know that computer regulation thermography is not limited to breast cancer-screening? This innovative technology can actually evaluate the entire body and check more organs for abnormalities via skin temperature measurements. So why wouldn't you want to take advantage of a full-body...

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Alternative Treatment for Depression 

March 15, 2018

Depression is a serious mental health disorder that significantly affects people’s moods, sometimes making it difficult to find motivation to perform simple daily tasks, such as getting out of bed or brushing their teeth. Anyone can be affected—men, women, adults, or teens.

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