Genesis Concussion Management | Quad Cities, IA & IL - Genesis Health System

Genesis Concussion Management

Concussion Management at Genesis

Providing care for non-sports and sports-related concussions

Your response before and after a concussion is crucial. Genesis Concussion Management delivers comprehensive analysis and care, helping you to get back to your full function as soon as possible.

Sports-Related Concussion Testing

Have you experienced a sports-related concussion?

Our Genesis Sports Concussion clinic staffed by Sports Medicine Specialist Jose Armendariz, MD, CAQSM, offers walk-in hours or convenient online scheduling.

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Get Ahead of Your Next Concussion

Genesis Concussion Management provides the following:

  • Pre and Post-injury testing
  • Written report of findings and specific recommendations to parents, primary care physicians, and school administrators, coaches and athletic trainers.
  • Recommendation for return to classroom

Here's our game plan:

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FACT

What is Neurocognition?

“Neurocognition” refers to the higher brain functions: learning, remembering, concentrating, solving problems, and decision making.

C3 Logix provides a complete baseline assessment, which includes neurocognitive, neuromotor, visual, vestibuloocular reflex, and balance function testing. C3 Logix is an iPad based application that utilizes the iPad's accelerometer and gyroscopic functions to objectively quantify postural stability. The iPad platform allows concussion testing to be completely portable and much more accessible for patients. The C3 Logix's data is compiled into a Performance Polygon for easier result interpretation.

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Schedule Baseline Testing with Genesis Physical Therapy

NOTE: This is the information of the person that we're contacting to schedule the exam, not the person who's actually getting the testing.

Contact Us

For more information about Concussion Management, call:

563-421-0800

Walk-In Sports Concussion Clinic

What are the signs of a concussion?

-Difficultly thinking clearly
-Feeling slowed down
-Difficulty concentrating
-Difficulty remembering new information
-Headache, fuzzy or blurry vision
-Nausea or vomiting
-Dizziness
-Sensitivity to light and/or noise
-Balance problems
-Feeling tired/having no energy
-Irritability
-Sadness
-More emotional
-Nervousness or anxiety
-Sleeping more or less than usual
-Difficulty sleeping

--Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention