Post-Concussion Syndrome

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Doctors Who Treat Post-Concussion Syndrome

When concussion symptoms persist for more than six weeks, the patient should seek evaluation and possible treatment for post-concussion syndrome. Patients may be seen by a neurologist, neurosurgeon, or neuropsychologist, depending on need. Imaging studies (MRI or CT scans) may be ordered if there is any reason to suspect complications.

Kenneth Perrine, PhDDr. Kenneth Perrine is a neuropsychologist with 30 years of experience in traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion in adults and children. In his role at the Weill Cornell Pediatric Concussion Clinic, he evaluates children with mild TBI or concussions to make recommendations about return to school and to athletics. Dr. Perrine is also the consulting neuropsychologist for the New York Jets and the New York Islanders, where he evaluates players with concussions and makes similar recommendations about return to practice and play. His clinical work and research interests include clinical neuropsychology, epilepsy, movement disorders, dementia, traumatic brain injury/concussion, brain tumors, and other conditions that affect cerebral functioning. (Read more about Dr. Perrine.)

Dr. Amanda SacksDr. Amanda Sacks is a clinical neuropsychologist specializing in cognitive remediation after brain trauma, including concussion and other mild traumatic brain injuries. Dr. Sacks has extensive experience in treating patients who suffer from cognitive and emotional difficulties that may be the result of a wide range of neurological conditions, including traumatic injury; epilepsy; radiation or chemotherapy; cardiopulmonary bypass procedures; cerebrovascular disease; and others.  (Read more about Dr. Sacks.)

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