Do you want a step-by-step plan to heal your concussion from home? Scroll down to learn more!
The Concussion Fix program uses the scientific evidence to educate patients & caregivers on how concussion and PCS affect the brain & body and provides a stepwise approach to reverse those effects
Full RECOVERY is Possible!
You just need to know where to start
There are 5 main causes of persistent concussion symptoms. This module explains each one and begins to formulate our game plan for recovery!
In order to recover, you have to be in the right mindset. Recovery is difficult. Things get hard. In order to persevere, the most important building block is mindset. In this module, Registered Psychotherapist, Melinda Krynen-Hill provides you practical tools and applications to prime you for recovery!
You are what you eat! This is true especially when it comes to brain injury thanks to a system called the Gut-Brain Axis. In this module Dr. Paul Hrkal, ND, breaks down how you can alter your diet to reduce inflammation, improve your sleep, and regulate your hormones.
One of the most important, and most underappreciated things that we can do to optimize our health, reduce our inflammation, and regulate our hormones is getting proper restorative sleep. Unfortunately, sleep is heavily affected after concussion injuries! This module will teach you how to naturally get your sleep back on track.
We are now learning that concussions can have a significant impact on your hormone levels. Hormones regulate almost every process in your body and when these are out of whack, the symptoms are exactly the same as concussion! Low energy, mental fatigue, headaches, anxiety, etc. This module will cover the role that hormones and stress can play on your recovery and give you practical strategies for improving their balance!
Exercise is one of the best forms of treatment for persistent concussion symptoms…but it has to be done in the right way. Do too much and you can set yourself back. Don’t do enough and you miss the therapeutic benefit. This module will teach you exactly how to safely build up your exercise tolerance without doing too much and setting yourself back.
This module explores the vestibular (balance) system and visual system and their symbiotic relationship. This module will help to figure out which system(s) is/are causing your dizziness and visual symptoms and provide practical strategies to fix the issues!
Every concussion also comes with a neck injury. The symptoms of neck injury and neck dysfunction are the exact same as a concussion. Often times, by fixing the neck, you can completely eliminate what you thought were concussion symptoms! We show you how to improve your neck mobility and stability in order decrease your headaches and dizziness.
80% of patients are likely to make a significant recovery with the Concussion Fix course and your current healthcare treatment! Some will need to seek additional care but… What type of treatment do you need? What should you be looking for in a healthcare provider? We teach you what to look for and what to not waste your time (or money $) on!
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You may know him as @Concussion_Doc on instagram, Dr. Cameron Marshall is a published concussion researcher and practicing clinician who specializes in the field of concussion treatment and rehabilitation. Dr. Marshall is also the founder and current president of Complete Concussion Management Inc., the largest clinical concussion rehabilitation network in the world with over 350 locations globally. Dr. Marshall is also a past board member of Brain Injury Canada.
Dr. Hrkal (@drpaulhrkal) is a board certified Naturopathic doctor with a passion to apply innovative and evidence-based nutritional, biological and supplemental interventions to address underlying metabolic, endocrine and immunological dysfunctions. Dr Hrkal has a special interest in neurological health, chronic pain and brain injuries. He is strong advocate of integrative medical education, frequently writing and lecturing to both healthcare practitioners and public audiences. Dr Hrkal lectures extensively on the topic of integrative and natural approaches to concussions and neuro-trauma recovery. He is a member of the scientific advisory board of Complete Concussion Management, an international leader in research based concussion management education and certification. He currently is the medical director for Advanced Orthomolecular Research, an innovative and leading Canadian natural health product company and maintains a clinical practice in the Toronto area at 2 integrative clinics.
Melinda Krynen Hill (@stillspace) is a Registered Psychotherapist (RP), trained mindfulness facilitator and Founder of Stillspace, a mindfulness consulting company that offers mindfulness- and compassion-based initiatives to enhance wellness. Melinda has a dynamic and comprehensive background in both psychotherapy and mindfulness. She has trained in a range of Mindfulness Based Interventions such as, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) and her academic background includes a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology from the University of Toronto and a Masters of Public Health in Health Promotion from the University of Alberta.
Melinda is particularly qualified in the area of chronic pain management and is a trained facilitator of the Mindfulness Based Chronic Pain Management (MBCPM) Program through the NeuroNova Centre for Mindful Solutions. In her psychotherapy practice, Melinda offers individual therapy services to adults with a special focus on rehabilitation and recovery from injury or illness. Melinda has particular expertise working with chronic health concerns including chronic pain, complex health conditions (e.g. rare diseases, autoimmune), post-concussive syndrome and associated mental health concerns such as health anxiety, depression and adjustment difficulties. She further has experience working with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, anxiety, panic, stress, life transitions and relationship issues. Personally, she has been practicing Mindfulness Meditation for over eight years.
You do not require a doctor or healthcare provider to oversee your progress through this course, however you should not engage in the activities within this course without first consulting with your doctor. This course is meant to provide general information and does not replace your healthcare provider.
Enrolment in this course does not constitute a doctor patient relationship between you and any of the instructors within this course. This course is meant for educational purposes only to provide an evidence-based approach and outline for a typical program of care. Certain patients have nuances to their individual situation that would not be possible for the clinicians to accurately assess in a virtual care platform.
Although screen sensitivity is a common symptom following concussion, there is no evidence to suggest that looking at screens is harmful to recovery or will cause any negative effect. We recommend reducing the brightness of your screen if need be or listening to the audio. The best option however is to gradually increase your screen viewing throughout the course as this is also a form of therapy!
This course also includes the Concussion Fix community and support group. You can keep access to the material for as long as you like for less than the cost of your daily coffee! This course is meant to be an encyclopedia; a reference to refer back to whenever you need!
No! This course is not meant to replace your healthcare providers, but rather to support your current care.
Yes! They are here to help! Unfortunately, due to medicolegal reasons, certain questions relating to your personal case cannot be answered by anyone other than your healthcare provider.
We don’t allow people to take only portions of the program because what many people think are their issues are actually not their issues. So we have an all or none rule with the program to ensure its effectiveness. It’s also a problem because many PCS issues are intertwined and patients may feel that their symptoms are related to one specific area, but if they don’t address the other areas, treatment on that specific area will not be effective. So it’s important to really come at this from all angles! And that’s the approach we take.
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