Most people with a concussion get better within a month. But in some cases, the effects last longer. Some symptoms may not show up until hours or days later.
Sports related concussions are those that occur while a person is participating in sport activities. These might include football, soccer, baseball, hockey, and other high-contact sports. Non-sports related concussions happen under other circumstances. These could be traffic accidents, work-related injuries, falls, active recreational activities, or violent acts.
University of Minnesota Health physicians provide the most up-to-date, effective concussion management. Our teams of specialists from many disciplines will help you through the treatment and recovery process.
Signs and Symptoms of Concussion
• Trouble thinking clearly
• Feeling slowed down
• Answers questions more slowly
• Trouble concentrating, remembering, or following conversations
• Feel more emotional, irritable or sad
• Feel anxious or nervous
• Headache or pressure in head
• Feeling tired or low energy
• Dizziness or balance problems
• Fuzzy or blurry vision
• Nausea or vomiting
• Sensitive to light and noise
• Sleep more or less than usual
• Trouble falling asleep
• Feel drowsy during the day
Treatments, Tests, and Procedures
Concussion Evaluation and Management
Speech and Language Pathology
There may be other treatments, test, and procedures for this diagnosis, including:
- Physical Therapy
Call your preferred location to schedule an appointment or submit an online request.