Redefining Head Trauma
If you still have symptoms, you still have options.
What if every single time we fell to the ground, stopped short, slammed on the breaks, bumped our head or got jostled we started thinking of the impact of the brain hitting the skull and called it head trauma.
The medical definition of a concussion is slowly starting to include any substantial impact on the brain, but some medical practitioners still use the ancient diagnostic patterns that one can only get a concussion if you hit your head with enough force.
In fact all whiplash is a head trauma. If the seatbelt snaps you back against the seat in a car accident that is head trauma. If you fall from standing and hit your shoulder and hip that is head trauma.
It is all head trauma and requires rest, recovery and a complicated healing process of the brain and nervous system.
My treatment strategy for head trauma is best done immediately, but is still incredibly effective years and even multiple decades later. I’ve treated migraines from car accidents that happened twenty years ago. I’ve treated migraines and recurring headaches from a lifetime of concussions.
Lifelong athletes, survivors of multiple motor vehicle accidents, post-brain surgery, slips on ice and tumbles down the stairs. Whether it is brain fog, difficulty focusing, short term memory loss, word recall issues, low energy, sinus pressure, inability to bend over, inability to lay on one’s back. These are all unresolved concussion symptoms.
There is very little in Western Medicine that can be done for any concussion or mild head trauma. But with herbs and acupuncture you can finally resolve the symptoms and halve or even quarter your healing time.
I’ve found that most people using traditional western medicine approaches after car accidents or major injuries don’t ever fully recover. Even at the one, two or three year mark they are not the same.
What if instead you could be better in two to four months after even major head trauma and even faster for minor head trauma. What if you could think like you used to by the next major holiday or the next season?
What You Can Expect to Achieve
Decrease brain fog
End all headaches and pressure
Decrease PTSD symptoms associated with injury
Regain mental stamina & boost physical energy
Regain balance and body awareness
Frequently Asked Questions
What My Head Trauma Patients Are Saying
Book a Free 1-Hour Consultation
Are you ready to come back to the world?
Recovering from head trauma is lonely. One becomes trapped in their own dysfunctional brain. It is hard to ask for help because it is hard to remember that you even need it. It is hard to recognize you have a problem because you can’t even think clearly enough to make that judgement. Also Western physicians often tell patients it will take years to recover and that is normal. So patients don’t expect much for long periods of time. Believe me, you can expect more of your body. It wants to heal and get back to life. It wants to move again and sleep again and remember things. It wants to be challenged again. All you have to do is reach out and take one step and ask for help. I can help hold you accountable for the rest. Help is out there.