Our unique neuro program is an effective training for Post-Concussion Syndrome. Rianne Schorel herself, one of the founders of Move The Brain, can personally testify to this.
The difference between concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome is often misunderstood.
A concussion is a short-term injury that goes away fairly quickly and lasts for a few days to two weeks at most. It is only when the symptoms last longer than a couple of weeks that it’s possibly Post-Concussion Syndrome or PCS.
Post-Concussion Syndrome is sometimes considered a “long-term concussion”. That is not the case. Post-Concussion Syndrome is a complex condition with various symptoms. Post-Concussion Syndrome symptoms can begin to occur within a few days after the concussion. Symptoms can last for weeks or even longer than a year.
Since its launch in June 2018, MOVE THE BRAIN has successfully helped more than 150 participants recover from Post-Concussion Syndrome .
The training at MOVE THE BRAIN was very successful at minimizing the following PCS symptoms during the intensive program:
Over stimulation, anxiety, fatigue, depression, faulty information processing, headache, dizziness, and concentration difficulties.
Do you recognize this symptoms?