Brain Health Doctor Anounnces Simple Ways To Diagnose Concussions

Harmoni Health Inc's latest article takes on misconceptions about the right way suggested to diagnose concussions and it sets the record straight with several useful tips for parents, coaches, teachers and friends of someone who just suffered a hard blow to the head.

As part of their ongoing efforts to provide the best information on the diagnosis of concussions, Harmoni Health Inc has published a new article entitled “Simple Way To Diagnose Concussions” which sheds light on the most important aspects to simply diagnose concussions right on the sidelines for parents, coaches, teachers and friends of someone who just suffered a hard blow to the head. Interested individuals can view the full article at

Simple way to diagnose concussion right on the sidelines

One of the most surprising pieces of information in the article is the fact that people don’t need MRIs or X-rays or visits to emergency wards to diagnose concussions.

In discussing the article’s creation, Dr. Joanny Liu, Chief Optimism Creator, Doctor of Classical Chinese Medicine, Speaker and Author of Harmoni Health Inc said,

“On this last day of Brain Injury Awareness Month, we should be thinking, “Keep It Simple Sweetie” for diagnosing concussions to bring down the stress of the unknown and it can be done right on the sidelines. Recent research is backing this up. There are very few times when a concussion comes with a fractured skull so emergency trips are seldom required. Soft tissue damage is also rare, so there is no need for MRI scanning either. It all adds up to unnecessary trips to emergency because ordinary blows to the head do not result in structural changes to the brain. It should be very simple to tell, on the sidelines, if someone has suffered a concussion by looking for any functional differences in the person after the blow to the head. We used to rely on simple signs in the past and that should still be the mainstay for diagnosing concussions easily today. The eyes and vision problems are the most obvious ones to ask about and test seconds after the blow to the head or as soon as the person seems aware enough to understand what has happened. Parents, coaches, teachers and friends, if they know the person well who just suffered a hard blow to the head, should be able to tell if there are differences in the way that person feels, pre- and post-concussion. Everyone needs peace of mind and this simple test will tell all concerned right away if a concussion has happened or not.”

Parents, coaches, teachers and friends of someone who just suffered a hard blow to the head can find the most up-to-date version of the article at

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