Concussions, also known as Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) can cause symptoms such as dizziness, vertigo, headache, neck pain, sensitivity to light, irritability and insomnia that last months to years. Patients with post-concussive syndrome often receive fragmented treatment for their individual symptoms and as a result fail to achieve full recovery in a short period of time.
Dr. Fotuhi, who in addition to his expertise in cognitive neurology is an expert in the field of dizziness, vertigo, and migraine, has created a Concussion Recovery Program to help TBI patients get back to their work or school in a timely fashion by receiving all of their treatment under one roof. Treatment begins with an evaluation of telltale symptoms: migraine headaches and dizziness, anxiety and sleep disorder, and memory and attention deficits.
Dr. Majid Fotuhi, based on his 25 years of research, clinical work, and teaching in neuroscience at Johns Hopkins and Harvard Medical School, has summarized this literature in his scientific peer-reviewed articles (and books) and formulated a “Concussion Recovery Program” to use effective behavioral modification techniques for enhancing cognitive function. He served as the founder and chief medical officer for NeurExpand Brain Centers where this program produced remarkable results in patients with memory loss, post-concussive syndrome, and mild cognitive impairment.