Dr. Diane® is a licensed psychologist, neuropsychologist, board certified health psychologist and board certified sports psychologist with over 35 years experience in Neuropsychology. Dr. Diane® is also a stroke and brain injury survivor, author, and Psychology Today blogger who works with individuals & organizations worldwide to help them overcome life’s challenges and reach their goals.
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Anxiety and depression are two of the most common symptoms facing teens and adults, but with the help of Dr. Diane®, you can find the source of these symptoms and work to reduce or even eliminate them.
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If you answered yes to any of the above, it’s time to contact Dr. Diane® and her team of brain health experts, and get your life back to the way you want to live it.
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If you’re suffering from PTSD or Complex Trauma, the team at Dr. Diane® can help you regain your life.
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Dr. Diane can help you regain your sleep, and create healthy patterns with you that adheres to your lifestyle. If you’re ready to stop tossing and turning, and to start sleeping peacefully, contact Dr. Diane® today!
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What is a Concussion?
Concussion is a brain injury from an outside force where there is a loss of consciousness from a brief moment to an hour. It is also called a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Every 13 seconds there is another concussion in the World.
What Can Cause a Concussion?
A Concussion occurs from a blow or jolt to the head. It can happen from auto accidents, sports injury, bicycle accidents, assault, violent crime, domestic violence, work related accidents, shaken baby, and armed combat. And it can happen to anyone …any place …any time.
- Direct Blow to the head, neck face or body
- Whiplash and / or Rotation of the head
- Blast Injury: A bomb, including an improvised explosive device (IED), that produces a sound wave which causes disruption in the brain
What are the Initial Symptoms of a Concussion?
- You can find many more concussion symptoms here.
Symptoms should get better as the hours or days go by. However, if you continue to have increased symptoms this is called Post Concussive Syndrome.
What is Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS)?
When Concussion symptoms do not go away within a week or two of the injury that caused the concussion, then it is considered Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS).
You can find more information about PCS here.
Treatments for Post-Concussion Syndrome?
The treatments differ depending on the PCS symptoms you are suffering from. Headaches, as an example, can be treated in many ways. Insurance providers break them down into three major categories. These categories and the treatments can be found here.
Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury lists every symptom of PCS and treatments for each symptom.
Personalized Consultation for Your Concussion Symptoms
If you’ve tried various methods, treatments, and doctors and you are still suffering from symptoms of your concussion, Dr. Diane® and her brain health team of experts can provide help and hope. In your personalized consult, we go over the cause of your injury, current symptoms of PCS and then Dr. Diane® provides you with an in-depth explanation of neuroanatomy and specific treatments for both the symptoms and the cause. She can also provide a list of providers to help you, as well as many methods to help you to regain your life again. There is a Way!®