Why Exercise may be Beneficial in Concussion Rehabilitation: A Cellular Perspective

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Why Exercise may be Beneficial in Concussion Rehabilitation: A Cellular Perspective

Concussion diagnosis <-- -->and rehabilitation management has become a prevalent area of research, and yet, much is still unknown about these complex injuries. Historically, exercise prescription post-concussion was conservatively used for rehabilitation due to the potential harmful effects that exercise can have on damaged neurons. However, there has been a shift to implement exercise earlier into recovery as several studies have demonstrated positive outcomes. To further this clinical guideline, the evidence must continue to support these positive outcomes from an inductive and deductive physiologic approach (i.e., the clinical evidence aligned from a micro- to macroscopic approach and vice versa).

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