Concussion Clinic

Bluesky Concussion Clinic

Comprehensive Management of Concussion

Blue Sky Concussion Clinic is the premier adult concussion center in the Denver metropolitan area. We offer comprehensive, compassionate, cutting-edge treatment for adults with concussions and traumatic brain injuries. Every patient will receive a comprehensive evaluation, including a medical exam, neurocognitive testing and, if indicated, neuropsychological testing.

The physicians at the Blue Sky Concussion Clinic have special training in concussion management. Their mission is to improve the outcomes of those who suffer from neurological injuries through complete and individualized care. Concussions are injuries with significant potential consequence if not managed correctly. 

Your Blue Sky Concussion Clinic team includes health care professionals from multiple medical specialties. They are dedicated to expediting recovery using state of the art clinical resources and utilizing the most up to date information available. Each visit is geared toward collecting information that will help individualize treatment plans. Please note that Blue Sky Concussion Clinic does not do independent medical examinations.

Our Concussion Providers

 
Pamela Kinder, M.D.
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Judy Lane, M.D.
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Cheryl Melick, M.D.
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Michael Pearlman, M.D., Ph.D.
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Lisa Roeske-Anderson, M.D.
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Marc Wasserman, M.D.
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Locations

Cheryl Melick, M.D.
Michael Pearlman, M.D., Ph.D.
Marc Wasserman, M.D.

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499 E. Hampden Ave.
Suite #360
Englewood, CO 80113


Pamela Kinder, M.D.

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1400 S. Potomac St.
Suite #250
Aurora, CO 80012


Michael Pearlman, M.D., Ph.D.

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10099 RidgeGate Pkwy
Suite #480
Lone Tree, CO 80124


Lisa Roeske-Anderson M.D.
Judy Lane M.D.

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5351 South Roslyn St,
Suite #101
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

What is a concussion?

Concussion, also known as minor traumatic brain injury is the sudden and temporary loss or disturbance in nerve cell function of the brain that occurs as a result of a blow or an injury to the head. Usually, concussions may be mild and do not result in long-term damage, but repeated concussion can cause permanent brain damage. This condition can become life threatening if blood accumulates in the skull.

Some of the most common symptoms of concussion include loss of consciousness, mild to moderate headache or feeling of pressure in the head, difficulty in remembering things, slurred speech, difficulty in thinking and making decisions, lack of concentration, and feeling confused and dazed.

 

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