The Concussion Fix

Knowledge is POWER!

This course is designed to provide patients with persistent post-concussion symptoms information that you can utilize to take control of your recovery! Education is one of the best tools for improving outcomes after a concussion, but unfortunately most healthcare professionals do not take the time to give you all the information that you need in order to truly recover. Many patients experience conflicting and confusing advice and an endless cycle of referrals to neurologist after neurologist.

Stop the cycle! This evidence-based course provides you with a research-proven method to heal your brain and reclaim your life!

In this course you’ll learn from experts in concussion, concussion rehab, sleep, nutrition, and mental health. You’ll also be added to our group forum where you can interact with other people going through exactly what you’re going through AND interact with the course instructors and other healthcare professionals for support and guidance as you navigate the complex world of concussion recovery.

If you’re already enrolled, Click on the Welcome module to get started!

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Course Includes

  • 12 Modules
  • 31 Lessons
  • 3 Quizzes

Responses

  1. Thank you for the evidence based course. I found it very educational. I’m feeling confident about (and doing) the diet, mindfulness, doing the neck exercise and seeing PT and Chiro for my neck (very similar exercises to what was recommended). I think I still need to see a Naturopathic dr for the hormones (they are still very messed up and endocrinologist I saw just put me on birth control but that hasnt seemed to help. My first MRI I had showed that the stalk of my pituitary gland was severed… but then they did a repeat a few months later with dye and it showed it wasnt, fortunately… but I have struggled a lot with hormones since the mva. I also struggle a lot with barometric pressure change… assuming all the dysautonomia exercises would help for that eventually? My TMJ on the left is also out but having treatment for that too now. My mva was in 2014 but I’ve been hit from behind twice since then as well… so I feel like I make progress and then backtrack a bit… but I’ve kept working, managing a house and 2 kids etc by pacing. After my mva in 2014 I eventually had vision therapy that helped tremendously with my headaches and double vision. I was also diagnosed with vestibulopathy and had some vestibular therapy. I think doing the proprioception exercises will help tremendously… I get off balance in the dark. Of course my symptoms are day and night from the initial MVA… and I’m hopeful by continuing what you’ve recommended in this program I’ll keep progressing. Thanks again.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it Natalie! We hope you find it helpful. As you mentioned it may give you benefit to follow the CFix plan but also be a spring board to you getting more specific care that you need (i.e. hormones, proprioception etc.)