5 facts about persistent post-concussion symptoms


5 facts about persistent post-concussion symptoms

Katie Davies, Megan Hamilton, James McLoughlin and Emma Warner of the APA Neurology national group present five discussion points about persistent post-concussion symptoms. 

The Physiotherapy Research Foundation (PRF) has highlighted key messages from the 5 facts article featured in the April edition of InMotion and produced this infographic. 

Click on the image below to access a printable A3 file. 

About the authors

Katie Davies APAM is the principal physiotherapist at Neurological Rehabilitation Group in Melbourne, a neurological and vestibular private practice. Katie has been managing this complex presentation since starting at the practice in 2012. She is actively involved in concussion research in adults and children.

APA Research Physiotherapist Megan Hamilton MACP is the principal physiotherapist at Concussion Central, a neurological private practice focused on management of concussion and vestibular conditions. Megan was a founding member of the Epworth Concussion Clinic and has completed her master’s degree by research in traumatic brain injury.

APA Neurological Physiotherapist James McLoughlin MACP has degrees in physiotherapy and clinical neuroscience and 25 years of clinical experience in neurological/vestibular rehabilitation. James is the director of Advanced Neuro Rehab and founding director of Your Brain Health. He is an Associate Professor at Flinders University.

APA Neurological Physiotherapist Emma Warner MACP is a lecturer in physiotherapy at Griffith University and works clinically in her neurological and vestibular private practice in Brisbane. Emma has been managing clients with concussion for more than a decade and is currently researching in this field through Griffith University.

This infographic is a Physiotherapy Research Foundation (PRF) initiative supported by FlexEze – partner of the PRF.