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What is a concussion?


A concussion is a brain injury caused by acceleration or deceleration of the brain within the skull

following a significant impact to the head or elsewhere on the body. The impact causes a biochemical imbalance within the brain cells, resulting in decreased blood flow and temporary energy deficits within the brain. Symptoms may include loss of consciousness, headache, pressure in the head, neck pain, nausea or vomiting, dizziness, or balance problems, among others.


To further understand what a concussion is, watch this video for an in-depth whiteboard demonstration from Dr. Cameron Marshall (@Concussion_Doc)!

Concussion treatment


We offer concussion treatment services & strategies including: 

  • Exertional testing for return-to-sport readiness and sub-symptom threshold exercise programs for persistent symptoms

  • vestibular, oculomotor, and cervical spine rehabilitation

  • balance, reaction time, visual processing, and neurocognitive testing (pre-season baseline and/or post-injury/return to sport testing)

  • Educational resources

During the early stage following injury, a period of relative symptom limited physical and cognitive rest is recommended. Research suggests 24 to 48 hours, however, these decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.

Following a short period of rest, the International Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport (2016) recommends a gradual increase in mental and physical activity by a licensed healthcare practitioner trained in concussion management.

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Pre-season Testing


Multimodal pre-season testing is a series of physical and cognitive tests that provides a pre-injury overview of healthy brain function. These tests can offer healthcare practitioners with an objective benchmark on which to compare should a patient sustain a concussion. It’s important to remember that not all baseline testing is created equal. CCMI has selected the best evidence-based tools available to provide you with comprehensive, multimodal, proven baseline-testing.


As concussion symptoms often disappear days to weeks before the brain has recovered, having valuable baseline information may help practitioners to make safer return to play decisions.


Contact us to learn more about baseline testing to see if it’s right for you.

 The CCMI Concussion Tracker Smartphone App

The app supports safer return-to-sport decisions for young athletes. The app captures and shares an athletes’ concussion status in real time.


Where a concussion hits, Concussion Tracker enables an athlete’s stakeholders to:


  • Report and track concussion

  • Conduct sideline assessments

  • Ensure seamless communication

  • Record athlete’s recovery status and timeline

  • Scan and share medical documents

  • Track daily symptoms for recovery progress

  • Store and view pre-season concussion test results


Download the Concussion Tracker app for free today on the App Store and Google Play!




























CCMI Free Educational Resources


When a concussion hits, the more knowledge the better. CCMI’s free educational resources will help to increase your concussion management awareness.

Download your copy of our FREE educational handbook!

What’s inside:
✓ What is a Concussion
✓ Concussion Symptoms
✓ Warning Signs to Watch Out For (Red Flags)
✓ So, You Had a Concussion. Now What?
✓ Your Road to Recovery
✓ Tips for Dealing with Concussion Symptoms
✓ Return to Activity Protocol (RTL / RTP)
✓ Persistent Symptoms (or PCS)
✓ Concussion Treatment & Rehabilitation

























Contact us to start your concussion recovery today!



About Complete Concussion Management Inc.

CCMI is a global concussion research and clinical management network with 300+ clinic locations that provide concussion testing, management, and treatment services across five countries. Through evidence-based training programs and integrated healthcare technologies, CCMI empowers multidisciplinary teams to provide standardised care to those impacted by concussions.


CCMI serves to improve the collective understanding of the prevention, management, and prognosis of concussion, while providing accessible, patient-centric care based on the latest scientific and medical research. For more information, visit

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