Concussion Treatment at Gray Matters

Making The Invisible Injury Visible

TBI analysis

The biggest challenge with concussion is not with diagnosis, but rather the critical decisions made later:

When is an athlete recovered?

When is it safe to return to play?

Not all concussions are the same – in fact there are 6 different types of concussion that can occur separately, or in any combination.

Gray Matters is the regions’ first truly integrated concussion center, bringing together the field’s leading experts to collaborate and coordinate concussion care – to improve diagnosis, target treatment, and accelerate the brain’s recovery.

Expert Diagnosis ⇒ Individualized Treatment ⇒ Better Outcomes

Making the “Invisible Injury” visible

Imagine making a perfect recording of your child’s brain, so that if anything happens to them, you can compare their brain after injury with how it was before, and see exactly how it changed.

This is not science fiction—it’s science now.

This is the technology that Gray Matters has already provided to dozens of young athletes to insure that if anything does happen, the assessment of their injury and the management of their recovery is based on real data.

qEEG provides a perfect image
of current brain function:

In case an injury occurs, reflected by changes in measured brain function:

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By getting an initial qEEG baseline, we are then able to compare changes in your brain post- concussion or head injury.

For decades, the standard approach to concussions has remained largely unchanged despite significant research that has changed our understanding of the brain. We now know that qEEG recordings are not only able to detect the presence or absence of a concussion, but also the precise degree of damage in the brain.

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