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concussions in Canada
every year

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About 60%

of all acquired brain injuries in Canada come from
sports injuries, falls and motor vehicle accidents

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Up to 1 in 5

concussion last greater than
3 months

What is a Concussion?

A concussion is a traumatic brain Injury. Put simply, a concussion changes the way our brain functions, causing it to work less optimally. It may be caused either by a direct blow to the head, face, neck or elsewhere on the body with an “impulsive” force transmitted to the head. You do not have to hit your head to have a concussion. A Concussion may or may not involve loss of consciousness. Symptoms can start immediately or after a period of time.


  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Sleeping Problems
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Anxiety
  • Memory Loss
  • Slurred Speech
  • Sluggish
  • Foggy
  • Groggy
  • Loss of Balance
  • Fatigue
  • Light Sensitivity
  • Vision Problems
  • Ringing in ears
  • Sadness
  • Nervousness
  • Mood Swings

Concussion Management

If the only thing you are doing to manage your concussion is laying in a dark room and hoping it gets better, you have unfortunately been given poor advice, There is a better Solution. Concussions are grossly mismanaged by today's health care system. If you feel you have suffered a concussion contact us today. Our staff have undergone extensive training in concussion management training and can help you recovery correctly and efficiently.

Why OMNI Evidence Based Concussion Care

We treat each patient and each concussion as a truly unique scenario as no 2 head injuries are alike. We do not use a cookie-cutter approach to managing each concussion. Our team will perform a through assessment of concentration, cognitive function, balance and vision in order to identify your specific symptoms to provide a specific treatment plan. You initial screen may include:

  • Computerized neurocognitive testing
  • Balance testing
  • Strength and Coordination testing
  • Screening of visual motor skills
  • Vestibular (or equilibrium) testing
  • Gait assessment
  • Generalized neurological screen
  • Orthopedic assessment of secondary injuries (e.g. neck, shoulders)
Baseline Testing Available

Prevention is key. A Baseline test is a battery of test performed on a non-injured individual in order to create a health record of their brain and cognitive function pre-injury. In the unfortunate event of head injury, we can use these pre-injury results to help determine when an individual has fully recovered.



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Milton, ON L9T 1P4
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Burlington, ON L7N 3J6
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