Patient Resources

Helpful Information on Concussion Care

The Concussion Program is dedicated to providing our patients with all the information you need about your condition - from diagnosis, to recovery and prevention. The links below provide more information about our concussion program and other resources:

Concussion Management with Dr. Damann

Dr. Damann, Neuropsychologist, discusses concussions and how our team treats patients for concussions.

Support & Recovery

There are a variety of ways to improve your chances of a full recovery and prevent another concussion. Our physicians advise the following:

  • Get plenty of physical and mental rest.
  • Slowly return to your regular activities. If symptoms return as you are adding activities to your daily routine, stop and rest for a day.
  • Avoid alcohol, which affects brain function.
  • Wear a helmet for cycling, snow sports, skateboarding, riding a scooter or motorcycle, or any similar activities.
  • Wear a seatbelt when riding in a car.
  • Write down important information if you are having memory problems.
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MyCare Patient Portal

Securely connect with all your medical providers, and manage important health information with MyCare. It's an easy-to-use patient platform with 24/7 access online or through our mobile app. It's your health. Your Care. In One Place.

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Patient Health Library

Emmi, our online health library, will take complex medical information and make it easy for you and your family to understand. These online programs can help you prepare for an upcoming procedure or manage your chronic condition. You may have questions that you think are not relevant. You may have forgotten your questions at your last appointment. Emmi programs are designed to answer important but often unasked questions.

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Think you have a concussion?

Rochester Regional Health’s Concussion Program cares for all concussions, regardless of how they occurred. If you or someone you love is experiencing symptoms, have questions, or need a second opinion, call and schedule a consultation with our concussion management experts today at (585) 922-1212.
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