Motor Vehicle Accidents

Among all age groups, Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA) are the third overall leading cause of TBI (14%).   When looking at just TBI-related deaths, motor vehicle crashes were the second leading cause of TBI-related deaths (26%) for 2006–2010.1

Motor Vehicle Accidents, when immediate medical attention is required, send the victims to Emergency Rooms which generally are not staffed or equipped to manage the longer term sequelae, and management and the often debilitating effects of a concussion.  Additionally, many of the symptoms of a TBI do not present immediately and may not prompt the appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms.  Conquering Concussions’ affiliated facilities feature skilled professionals trained to evaluate and create a treatment and recovery plan for individuals suffering a concussion resulting from a motor vehicle accident.


  1. Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States: Fact Sheet. Retrieved June 1, 2015 from Center for Disease Control and Prevention website: www.cdc.gov.

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