The symptoms of concussion can mimic those of ADHD and other learning challenges.
Lack of focus, brain fog, irritability, slow processing speeds… depending on where and how the injury occurs, the symptoms will vary from person to person.
It’s even possible to sustain a minor concussion without knowing it — the result of a minor sports injury you “shook off.”
Your initial brain map will show us if there’s evidence of a concussion, as well as which areas of the brain need treatment. The treatment protocols for concussion are different than those we use for ADHD, learning challenges, etc. This is why the brain map is so important — when we compare your symptoms to what the map shows us, we can see exactly what the issue is and how to treat it.