If you or your kids are in sports, head injuries can be common. Do you know the symptoms of a concussion? Do you know what you should do if you have a concussion? Head to the HealthEast Concussion Clinic. As the longtime concussion experts, we treat the physical, cognitive and emotional symptoms often caused by head injuries.
A concussion is a temporary alteration of brain function due to trauma. It may or may not be caused by a blow to the head. A concussion can occur with a jolt or blow to the head causing a "dazed" feeling. You do not have to lose consciousness in order to experience a concussion. A concussion can also be diagnosed as a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI).
Contact Outpatient ServicesAppointments and classes for Alzheimer's & Memory Loss Clinic, Brain Injury Clinic, Concussion Clinic or the Capistrant Center and therapy services.
General fax: 651-326-2137
New patient fax: 651-326-9227 (referral requests only)
Monday - Friday, 8 am to 4: 30 pm
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Located in the Outpatient Services area on B-Level at Bethesda Hospital
559 Capitol Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55103
The HealthEast Concussion Clinic recognizes the seriousness of feeling "dazed" after an incident. We provide care to those 13 and older, and we offer:
- Information about recovery
- Help returning to daily activities, work and sports
- Consultation with your family doctor and other providers involved in your care
- Assessment of rehabilitation needs and help arranging community services
- Communication with schools and employers, if needed
CONCUSSION CLINIC TEAM
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Decades of experience in reinventing lives.
Bethesda is a long-term acute care hospital that offers integrated programs for patients whose illnesses or injuries have long-term effects. We provide care for our patients' physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs.See more about this hospital Get patient and visitor information
Refer a patient to Outpatient Services
Contact us for more information about referral requirements.
651-326-2150 New patient fax: 651-326-9227 (referral requests only) Outpatient Services referral form
Referrals are not required to make appointments at our Memory Loss, Brain Injury or Concussion clinics, or at the Capistrant Center. But be sure to check with your insurance plan for info on coverage for outpatient services.
Neuropsychology and therapy programs
A referral form completed by your referring physician is required for neuropsych, and for outpatient physical, occupational, speech and other therapy programs.
At the HealthEast Concussion Clinic, we aim to provide the latest information to patients, families, school personnel and other health care providers in regards to mild TBI/concussion. This includes learning how to recognize the signs and symptoms, return to play/school protocol and the latest research on prevention and treatment.
Contact our Community Liaison
If you are interested in hosting a seminar, workshop or in-service for your school or organization, please contact our Community Liaison Rachel Winthrop at 651-232-2646. (CEUs are available for medical professionals.)
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