It is well known that people with a history of migraine have higher risk of developing posttraumatic migraine after concussion. A report in Athletic Training and Sports Health Care published September 16, 2014, concluded that a history of migraine did not contribute to greater neurocognitive deficits following a concussion in young athletes. The study measured verbal memory, visual memory, motor processing speed, and reaction time.
Migraine And Concussion
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