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Looking for a pediatric specialty clinic? Cook Children's has more than 60 locations across North Texas, because even when your child's diagnosis is complicated, finding the right care should be simple.
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A concussion is a trauma-related pathophysiological process that affects the neurometabolic function of the brain. Concussions are quite prevalent; the CDC reports 3.8 million sport-related brain injuries occur annually. It is estimated in middle school and high school children, up to 20% of children have suffered a concussion. In the majority of patients, post-concussive symptoms resolve within 10 days. By 1 month, 72% of patients recover; by 3 months, 97% recover. Post-concussive symptoms can cause significant disability affecting function in both the home and school environment; therefore diagnosis and recognition of post-concussive symptoms is important in order to manage the symptoms appropriately.
Referral beyond initial management is typical only needed for persistent post-concussive symptoms lasting 10 days or longer.
Great outcomes begin with great input. Having a medical system where every department, doctor, and care team member works together means that your child can have quick access to testing, diagnosis and treatment, and that means better outcomes now and in the future.
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Multidisciplinary treatment of children with complex motor disorders
May 3-5, 2018
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200 Main St. – Fort Worth, TX 76102