Concussion Resource Center

Concussion Resource Center

Road to Recovery


The Concussion Resource Center’s vision is to become a regional resource center that provides assistance, education and a nurturing community for people with Concussion and their families.


The Concussion Resource Center is a caring, supportive place where people with Concussion and their families have free access to resources to help them navigate the road to recovery.

Speaker Series

Intro to iRest® Meditation for Concussion Recovery & Stress Management

When: Thursday, January 16th, 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Where: Bozeman Public Library

iRest, short for Integrative Restoration, is a an evidence based, trauma-sensitive meditation practice that combines traditional Eastern philosophy with contemporary psychology and neuroscience to bring a sense of peace, joy and equanimity to body, mind and spirit.

Thursday night, Susan and Turi will present the core principles of the practice, the 10-step protocol, share a mini practice and address questions.

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Support Group

The Road to Recovery following a concussion can be confusing and scary. The CRC is sponsoring a support group for individuals who have been affected by concussions.

The support group will be an informal meeting where you can share information with and meet others who have sustained concussions. You will also learn more about the Concussion Resource Center.

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Instructor: Turi Hetherington, RYT500, iRest Level 2 Teacher
When: Thursdays 5:15 - 6:15 pm, JAN 23 - FEB 27
Where: Renew Yoga and Massage, 438 E Mendenhall St

iRest® is an evidence-based, guided meditation practice proven to reduce stress, anxiety and chronic pain and improve sleep and overall wellbeing.

This class will introduce the concept of mindful awareness combined with deep relaxation and set the foundation for one to develop their own home practice.

This series is free and open to individuals experiencing persistent symptoms as a result of concussion and their caregivers.

Space is limited. Register early.

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Common Symptoms

There is a constellation of common symptoms associated with concussion. All concussions are different, you may experience some but not all of these symptoms.

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Goals of the CRC

  • Education - Client & Family
    • Seminars
    • Call Center
    • Library
  • Yoga & Meditation
  • Support Groups
  • Resources & Referrals

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CDC's Definition

What is a concussion?

A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury—or TBI—caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This sudden movement can cause the brain to bounce around or twist in the skull, creating chemical changes in the brain and sometimes stretching and damaging brain cells.

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When symptoms persist, it is important to seek treatment from experts in the field. Your physician or a physiatrist can be helpful in determining where to start.

Treatment may include:

  • Education
  • Development of Compensatory strategies
Direct intervention of the follow areas:
  • Vestibular
  • Vision/Ocular
  • Cognitive/thinking
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Cervical/neck
  • Mood
There are many different types of professionals who treat concussion. The Concussion Resource Center can provide referral sources with expertise in each treatment area.

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We Can Help

If you have persistent symptoms, recovery can be an arduous process, the more guidance and support you have, the faster your recovery is likely to be.

You are not alone, we are here to help.

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Please call us if you would like a list of resources & help finding the right resource for you.

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