Diagnosis and Evaluation of Attention, Memory, Emotional, and Learning Difficulties for All Ages
Diagnosis and Evaluation of Attention, Memory, Emotional, and Learning Difficulties for All Ages

Concussions

Is your child experiencing the following symptoms after a concussion?

  • Foggy thinking
  • Problems concentrating
  • Persistent headaches
  • Sensitivity to light and/or noise
  • Mood changes
  • Personality changes
  • Reduced balance
  • General feeling of being unwell

 

It is scary when your young one experiences a concussion. There can be immediate physical, cognitive, and emotional changes. One might experience foggy thinking and tearfulness. These symptoms generally resolve quickly, within a few hours to within a few weeks, but for a small percentage, these symptoms persist. It is important to identify symptoms so that interventions can be established immediately. Accommodations, such as extended test taking time, may be needed. A neuropsychological evaluation, following a concussion, can identify specific profiles of difficulties in order to optimize treatment and get your child back to his/her regular routine.

 

 

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ILLINOIS

Algonquin, IL

1451 Merchant Dr.

Algonquin, IL 60102

 

Barrington, IL 

120 N. Northwest Hwy.

Barrington, IL 60010

 

Chicago - Lincoln Park, IL

939 W. North Ave. Ste 750

Chicago, Il 60642

 

Deerfield, IL

500 Lake Cook Rd. Ste 350

Deerfield, IL 60015

 

Hoffman Estates, IL

2300 Barrington Rd. Ste 400

Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

 

Oak Brook, IL

700 Commerce Dr. Ste 500
Oak Brook, IL 60523
 

Park Ridge, IL

350 S. Northwest Hwy. Ste 300

Park Ridge, IL 60068

 

St. Charles, IL

100 Illinois St. Ste 200

St. Charles, IL 60174

 

MINNESOTA

Lake ElmoMN

8530 Eagle Point Blvd Ste 100

Lake Elmo, MN 55042

 

Roseville, MN

2355 Highway 36 West Ste 400

Roseville, MN 55113

 

IL: (847) 469-7537

MN: (612) 224-2644

Fax: (847) 469-7540

info@thomsonmemory.com

askthedoc@thomsonmemory.com

 

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