Every 15 seconds, someone in America has a concussion, and 1.5 million people live with traumatic brain injury every day. This month, experts from the Rochester Regional Health Concussion Program will answer questions about concussions and why seeking treatment is so important.
Question #2: What are symptoms of a concussion?
Answer: Common symptoms of a concussion can begin immediately, or after a few days. A formal diagnosis requires a thorough evaluation by a qualified doctor and a complete physical exam.
Some symptoms a concussed person may report include:
Signs that may be apparent to others include:
If you observe any of the following, the person with a concussion needs to be taken to a hospital immediately for emergency evaluation:
On Thursday, August 18, Rochester Regional Health experts will join former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly prior to the Rochester Red Wings game at 7:05 for a discussion on concussions as Rochester Regional Health launches the region’s first concussion program designed for everyone. Learn more about Rochester Regional Health’s Concussion Program here.
Monday, November 5, 2018
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has named Rochester Regional Health one of Healthcare’s Most Wired for 2018. The distinction is based on the system’s ability to adopt, implement and apply new information technology to improve healthcare outcomes.Read News Article
Friday, October 26, 2018
Meet Nicole Snyder: a mother, a wife, and a breast cancer survivor. Her diligence about routine breast screening may have saved her life.Read News Article