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The Canadian Concussion Centre's clinics at the Toronto Western Hospital provide multidisciplinary and comprehensive care led by a highly experienced, multidisciplinary professional team.
Whole-person care for a concussion includes assessments, treatment, and rehabilitation. Our specialists provide individualized treatment plans in line with your symptoms and treatment expectations.
Early identification of people with the likelihood of prolonged recovery and delivering appropriate treatment at the right time may improve quality of life and outcomes as well as early return to school/work/play.
We also provide telemedicine visits after the initial assessment for those who are unable or prefer not to come in person for subsequent visits.
Dr. Charles Tator OC, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS
Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, Division of NeurosurgeryDirector, Canadian Concussion Centre
Fax: 416 603 5298
Dr. Carmela Tartaglia MD, FRCPC
Marion & Gerald Soloway Chair in Brain Injury & Concussion ResearchAssociate Professor, Tanz Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases, University of TorontoCo-director of Memory Clinic, Director of Memory Clinical Trials UnitPrinciple Investigator - Canadian Concussion Centre, Krembil Brain Institute
Fax: 416 603 5768
Dr. Richard Wennberg MD, MSc, PhD, FRCPC
Professor of Medicine (Neurology), University of TorontoDirector, Clinical Neurophysiology LaboratoryDirector, Mitchell Goldhar Magnetoencephalography Unit
Artee Anjali Srivastava (She/Her)
Nurse Practitioner, Concussion Clinic/ResearchKrembil Brain Institute, West Wing, 5th Floor
399 Bathurst StreetToronto ON M5T 2S8
Our social worker advocates and supports patients and their families as they deal with medical conditions related to concussions.