"I was referred to Activate by a physical therapist that I have been going to. I had a severe concussion that was not going away after several months. Activate has been my life saver! I can't say enough things abut their staff and therapists. I feel like I'm getting my life back!" - Bryce W.
"Dr. Seth helped my wife recover after sustaining a brain injury. I definitely recommend him to anyone struggling with cognitive difficulties." - Chad H
"After and automobile accident, I was left with a concussion. Dr. Seth did wonders for me. The brain exercises he gave me were life changing. He truly knows how to help. " -Tammy A.
Check out this great video from a local Baseball player and Wrestler who after our treatment was able to get back in the game and go onto college wrestling!
FALSE. The best way for the brain to heal is activation. As it is TRUE that rest and staying away from bright lights is best right after a brain injury. Studies have shown that giving input and activation into the brain improves the brain and recovery.
True. The brain has the ability to heal with proper activation. Best results happen with patients who stick to their specified brain activation plans and, need be, lifestyle changes. We see a difference in all our patients that keep their appointments.
FALSE. While it is true that quicker results and recovery happen as soon after the injury as possible, changes can still made later on.
FALSE. No one is too young or too old for brain injury to occur OR to receive treatment for a brain injury. The younger the better to make sure that your kiddo has the best chances to recovery before symptoms become more symptomatic. Studies have shown the younger the better neuroplasticity and recovery.
FALSE. As TBI and concussions are commonly spoken about in the world of sports it does not mean that is the only way to get one. We see several auto concussions, we have seen slip and/or falls, kids who have hit their head on hard surfaces including floors and cabinets. Simply just playing around common accidents such as falling off the bed or bonking heads can result in mild to sever concussions.
TRUE. Any age is susceptible to brain injuries. In fact most TBI are likely to occur in Children aged 0 to 4 years, older adolescents aged 15 to 19 years, and adults aged 65 years and older.
TRUE. Every day 153 people die in the United States due to Traumatic Brain Injury. Most TBI that occur are mild and are called concussions. In 2012, an estimated 329,290 children (age 0-19) were treated in U.S. for concussion or TBI.