Patient and Provider Perspectives on Improving Care for Post-Concussion Symptoms
Dr. Elizabeth Sandel and Conor Cormally of Concussion Alliance produced a poster for the International Brain Injury Conference in New York in September 2022. They offer various perspectives on how to improve concussion care, with references to a free webinar that has additional content for physicians, other healthcare professionals, and patients. CME credit is offered by the Med Learning Group that produced the webinar with Concussion Alliance.
This post is the conference poster presentation, reformatted for easier website viewing, and links to a related webinar on post-concussion care and treatment.
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Elizabeth Sandel, MD, a physiatrist and brain injury medicine physician, and Conor Gormally, co-founder of Concussion Alliance — a young man who has experienced several concussions — present a patient-centered care approach for emergency medicine and primary care physicians.
To properly diagnose a concussion and devise a treatment plan requires a thorough physician evaluation, a symptom checklist or an interview, or both, followed by a comprehensive cognitive and physical examination. Download a pocket guide that helps patients prepare for being evaluated.
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