Partners In Health LLC

Chiropractors are often the first contact providers of concussed patients and are aware of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) symptoms. Chiropractors play a big role in in high-school, college, amateur, and professional athletics, having knowledge of sport injuries and how to address them. Assessment and management of mTBI is critical to the wellbeing and possible future sequala to the concussed patient. Manual adjustments both with and without soft tissue therapies have been shown to be effective in the treatment of mTBI symptoms including somatic pain related to mTBI, whiplash, headache, migraine, loss of motion in the cervical spine. Upper cervical chiropractic adjustments alleviate symptoms from compression of the nerves and blood vessels which supply the head and brain. Dramatic results often occur following the release of spinal cord compression to permit impulses to flow through the spinal cord thus allowing many symptoms of head and neck injuries to subside. Return to play and gradual sport integration back to full play must be monitored and defined so that the concussed patient is able to resume activities without complications.

Contact Name
Dr. Peter Ray
6050 W. 92nd Avenue
Suite 600
Westminster, CO 80031
(303) 438-1600