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Concussions Know No Age Limits!

A concussion is an injury to the brain caused by either a blow to the head or body. A child’s developing brain is more at risk than an adult’s, so parents and caregivers need to know the signs of a concussion in children. The signs of a concussion may be obvious but they may also show in the way that a child acts or through their emotional responses. As well, the signs may not necessarily appear immediately after impact. It may take hours or even days to appear and this is why it is extremely important for parents to know what they are looking for and then seek the appropriate treatment. Our vestibular physiotherapists are trained to recognize the symptoms in all ages and to treat accordingly. If you think that your child is displaying the signs of a concussion, visit our website at www.abodyinmotion.ca to learn more about vestibular therapy and how we can help!

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A BODY IN MOTION CLINICS ARE CLOSED
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

TELEHEALTH SERVICES ARE NOW AVAILABLE

Hello ABIM Community!

Due to the current COVID-19 and social distancing recommendations, our clinics are closed until it is safe for all of us to return.

This decision was not made lightly, however your health and well being have always been our top priority. Now more than ever, we are committed to keeping you safe and healthy.

We are offering TELEHEALTH SERVICES which will allow you to maintain your health as top priority and to initiate or continue your therapy journey with us. Our goal is to support you with virtual treatment until we can re-open our clinic doors.

Visit our “TeleHealth Services” page on our website to learn more and as always, email us at [email protected] with any questions or to make a virtual appointment!


Keri Martin Vrbanac
Registered Physiotherapist/Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Clinic Owner
www.abodyinmotion.ca