Real People. Real Results.
OUR PATIENTS HAVE STORIES AND UNIQUE BRAIN NEEDS. HEAR ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE IN THEIR OWN WORDS.
Brain trauma symptoms vary widely – from mild issues to debilitating problems that can last for weeks or decades. That’s just one of the many reasons it’s so challenging to find answers and treatments that can work for you.
When it comes to treatments, it’s not a one size fits all approach. At Plasticity Centers, we specialize in personalized treatment plans to help treat your unique symptoms and provide you with real, measurable results.
Welcome to Real People. Real Results. a series where we share the very real and very personal stories of people who have experienced life changing treatments that give them both hope and results they can see.
Patient Name: Elle Woolley, 2024 Hopeful Paralympic Rider, Concussion Patient
History: Elle began riding horses at a young age. She had an unrelated, life altering brain aneurysm at the age of 11 that caused paralysis in her left arm. She has continued riding but has had several concussions and three brain bleeds resulting in extreme fatigue, loss of balance and lack of motivation.
- Extreme fatigue, loss of balance and lack of motivation.
- Inability to ride and perform daily tasks.
- Increase in functionality beyond what she was experiencing prior to the concussions.
- Reengaged Elle’s brain, making it aware of the left side of her body again.
- Elle regained inspiration, has better balance and a huge improvement in her riding.
- In her words, her “inner fire is back!”
Elle tells her story, concussion patient.
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