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Concussion Management in Surrey

Your Physiotherapist will evaluate your signs and symptoms, review your medical history, and conduct a neurological examination. Signs and symptoms of a concussion may not appear until hours or days after the injury.

Book your Appointment at any of our three Surrey Locations:
Surrey 75A Avenue
Surrey 96A Avenue
Surrey 58th and Cloverdale

Neurological examination

After your Physiotherapist asks detailed questions about your injury, he or she may perform a neurological examination. This evaluation includes checking your:

  • Vision
  • Hearing
  • Strength and sensation
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Reflexes

Returning to routine activity

As your symptoms improve, you may gradually add more activities that involve thinking, such as doing more schoolwork or work assignments, or increasing your time spent at school or work.

Your doctor will tell you when it’s safe for you to resume light physical activity. Usually after the first few days after injury, you’re allowed to do light physical activity — such as riding a stationary bike or light jogging — before your symptoms are completely gone, so long as it doesn’t significantly worsen symptoms.

Eventually, once all signs and symptoms of concussion have resolved, you and your doctor can discuss the steps you’ll need to take to safely play sports again. Resuming sports too soon increases the risk of another brain injury.

Physical and mental rest

It’s important to note that recovery time for a concussion varies from person to person and depends on the severity of the injury. Some people may recover within a few days, while others may take several weeks or even months. It’s important to follow your doctor’s recommendations and not rush back into physical or mental activities before you’re ready.

In addition to physical and mental rest, there are other measures you can take to aid in your recovery from a concussion. These include:

  • Get plenty of sleep: It’s important to get enough sleep, as sleep helps the brain heal. Make sure to follow a regular sleep schedule and avoid caffeine and electronics before bedtime.
  • Stay hydrated: Drinking plenty of water can help with headaches and other symptoms.
  • Eat a balanced diet: Eating a balanced diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, and protein can help your body heal.
  • Avoid alcohol and drugs: Alcohol and drugs can slow down the healing process and should be avoided.
  • Stay in touch with your doctor: It’s important to keep in touch with your doctor and let them know if your symptoms worsen or if you have any new symptoms.

Remember that each concussion is unique, and recovery times can vary. Be patient with your recovery, and don’t hesitate to ask for help or support from family, friends, or healthcare professionals.

Cognitive testing

Your Physiotherapist may conduct several tests to evaluate your thinking (cognitive) skills during a neurological examination. Testing may evaluate several factors, including your:

  • Memory
  • Concentration
  • Ability to recall information
  • Creyos ( Which is an online brain assessment software which allows the cognitive health of our patients and the need for further evaluations.)

Symptom Management

There are a wide range of symptoms that comes from a concussion such as headaches, dizziness, light sensitivity, noise sensitivity, poor concentration, and balance issues. We at Pure Life have a range of techniques, exercises, applications, and self management strategies designed to get back to your best.

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SURREY'S FINEST: MEET OUR CONCUSSION REHABILITATION EXPERTS

Get to Know the Faces Behind Your Journey to Better Health!

Riddhi S.

Education: Bachelors in Physiotherapy from Maharaja Sayajirao University, India 2015. Currently registered with CPTBC. She worked in India at a public hospital as well as several outpatient clinics since her graduation and has been working in the field of physiotherapy in Canada since 2019. Riddhi strongly believes that movements help people get better, her treatment approach includes understanding a patient's concerns and goals and tailoring for them a combination of manual therapy, exercises and education. She holds a certificate in advanced vestibular/concussion rehabilitation, manual therapy, yoga instruction. Her interests besides physiotherapy include yoga and reading books.

Safvan B.

Safvan Bhatala is a Registered Physiotherapist in BC, Canada. He graduated from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science in 2011 and ever since he has been working with a variety of patients including but not limited to, ie; Sports & MSK Injuries, Degenerative neuro conditions, concussions, and vestibular conditions. Safvan has worked in hospitals, Private settings, ran and directed acute facilities and home physiotherapy clinics. in 2017, Safvan started working as a physiotherapist in Canada and has been running a private clinic as a clinic Director since 2019. He is a certified Manual and movement therapist and is very passionate about helping patients overcome their injuries through a proactive and informed approach. Safvan’s expertise also includes Exercise prescriptions and active rehab, Custom made Foot Orthotics. Whether you’re an office worker or weekend warrior Safvan enjoys working with a diverse population. In his free time, Safvan likes to Play soccer & tennis, Hiking but most importantly his time is best spent with his beautiful family.

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At Pure Life Physiotherapy & Health Centre Surrey, we prioritize your convenience by offering direct billing to a wide array of extended health plans whenever possible. We accommodate a diverse range of insurance options, ensuring a hassle-free experience for you.

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AREAS WE SERVE

  • Surrey
  • Fleetwood
  • Guildford
  • South Westminster
  • Newton
  • South Newton
  • Delta
  • Scott road
  • Cloverdale
  • Sunshine Hills
  • Alluvia

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CONCUSSION THERAPY SURREY FAQs

To aid recovery, it’s important to get plenty of rest, stay hydrated, follow a balanced diet, and maintain a regular sleep schedule. Gradually reintroduce physical and cognitive activities as recommended by your healthcare provider and stay in touch for ongoing support.
You can start light physical activities, like stationary biking or light jogging, a few days after the injury, provided they do not worsen your symptoms. Full return to sports or strenuous activities should only be considered once all concussion symptoms have resolved and after a discussion with your healthcare provider.
Common symptoms include headaches, dizziness, light sensitivity, noise sensitivity, poor concentration, and balance issues. If you experience any of these symptoms after a head injury, seek medical advice promptly.