Concussion Management Centre

 Concussions have become the focus for both professional and amateur athletes around the world, and Apple Creek Sports Medicine will continue to be at the forefront of concussion diagnosis, management, and rehabilitation.  We utilize a comprehensive, multi-modal approach to concussions, based on current advances in concussion research.

What is a concussion?

A concussion can be simply defined as a disruption in neurological functioning following a significant impact to the head or elsewhere on the body.  This causes a biochemical imbalance within brain cells as well as decreased blood flow and temporary energy deficits within the brain.

Following a suspected concussion, a player should be immediately removed from play, assessed and placed on complete rest in order to recover from the energy deficit.  Studies have shown that any activity, both mental and physical, in the immediate days following concussion can delay the process of recovery and should be avoided until the athlete is completely symptom free.

How we help:

A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) also know as Concussion, can interrupt life various ways.

Through a detailed assessment, education, reassurance and a practical treatment plan – we empower those concussed to focus on improving their symptoms and get back to life and activity.

Treatment plans may include exercises, manual therapy (athletic therapy, physiotherapy, massage therapy, chiropractic, osteopathy) or even acupuncture.  Many studies have proven that whiplash disorders are associated with concusisons, an important consideration to get treated as part of a comprehensive plan.

Complete Concussion Management™ is a concussion research company that educates healthcare practitioners on cutting-edge concussion therapies and management strategies based on the most current medical research so that they may provide the highest quality of concussion treatment and follow-up.

Certified Complete Concussion Management™ practitioners are continuously updated on current research and treatments in order to manage these injuries properly and safely to ensure adequate recovery, thereby limiting the risk of further injury and long-term brain damage.



We’re Here Whenever You Need Us


Tel: 905-475-0484
Fax: 905-475-8799

Open Hours

Mon – Thurs: 8AM – 8PM
Fri – Sat: 8AM – 3PM


#6-2 Corby Rd
Markham, ON L3R 8A9