Concussion Clinic

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Head injuries are on the rise for all athletes at all levels of play. An estimated 4 to 5 million concussions occur annually, with increases emerging among middle school athletes. ImPACT™ is in use by many teams in MLB, NHL, NFL, more than 7,400 high schools and over 1,000 colleges and universities. The ImPACT™ system is the most-widely used and most scientifically validated computerized concussion evaluation system.

Our Baseline Test Includes:

A Neuropsychological Assessment

Your unique "brain fingerprint"

A Thorough Review

Baseline review by Dr. Martin Molina at Texas Family Physicians - ImPACT Certified.

Priority Scheduling

Provider access within 24 hours of a head injury (Monday - Saturday)

Because head injuries are never minor, we recommend:

  • Athletes who are not fully recovered from an initial concussion are significantly vulnerable for recurrent cumulative and even catastrophic consequences of a second concussion.

  • Athletes should NOT return to sports or other at-risk participation when symptoms of a concussion are present and recovery is ongoing.

To learn more please visit the Texas Sports Concussion Partnership (TSCP).

Frequently Asked Questions

There may be several reasons for this such as dehydration, sinus and or allergy concerns, migraine, lack of sleep and of course injury to the brain such as a concussion. I would advise if a headache is persisting, that it be evaluated by a physician or provider to better review symptoms in order to provide a differential diagnosis.
Concussion symptoms can start anywhere form immediately to days or months afterwards. Primary symptoms (early symptoms) would include initial headache, nausea, grogginess and light sensitivity. Secondary symptoms (later symptoms) could include cognitive acuity decline, depression, anxiety, irritability and headaches.
The child or patient needs to see a medical professional after a potential injury to the brain, head or neck to evaluate. Each case is unique. A plan of care such as whether or not to let sleep or can be better determined.