Concussion: What to Do if You Think You Have One?

  • Nuzhat Nisa, MD
  • Ronald Januchowski, DO, FACOFP
  • Paula Gregory, DO, FACOFP
  • Belinda Bombei ACOFP


Concussion is the most common and sometimes serious type of brain injury. It is most often caused by a sudden direct blow or bump to the head.

Author Biographies

Ronald Januchowski, DO, FACOFP

Editor, Osteopathic Family Physician

Paula Gregory, DO, FACOFP

Health Literacy Editor

How to Cite
Nisa, MDN., Januchowski, DO, FACOFPR., Gregory, DO, FACOFPP., and BombeiB. “Concussion: What to Do If You Think You Have One?”. Osteopathic Family Physician, Vol. 10, no. 4, Aug. 2019,
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