Calgary Concussion Awareness and Support

Community organization founded in 2016 to help raise awareness of concussions & how easily they happen; no longer hold monthly meetings; best to connect via Facebook page or YouTube Channel and access video library of all our presentations.

Evidence Sport and Spine

Evidence Sport And Spine is a multidisciplinary clinic providing expertise and effective musculoskeletal pain management. We don’t just follow the research – sometimes we write it!

Our practitioners are active in the international circuit of researchers and clinicians in the field of concussion and vestibular rehabilitation. Dr. Kathryn Schneider is a co-lead author of the 6th annual International Consensus on Concussion in Sport and is sought after for her clinical experience and academic insight.

We utilize frenzel goggles and other tools to ensure an accurate approach is used for concussion and vestibular patients.

Call us today to book in with one of our Advanced Practice Physiotherapists.

Additional LocationsEvidence Sport and Spine South
7 Mahogany Plaza SE
Suite 110
Calgary, AB
T3M 2P8
Tel: 403-454-8464
Email: [email protected]

 

Momentum Health

We treat all injuries, including workplace, sports, and motor vehicle injuries. As part of our individualized approach, we will discuss the length of treatment and propose a plan uniquely created to help you meet your goals – from the very first visit.

We know that you want to be actively engaged at work, sport and in life. The problem is that injury can make you feel helpless. We believe you shouldn’t have to wonder why your symptoms haven’t resolved and we understand how a brain injury can hold you back, which is why we follow the latest protocols from the International Consensus on Concussion in Sport. You need an accurate diagnosis and effective hands-on treatment to overcome your injury. Let’s get you an appointment with a knowledgeable and dedicated practitioner, build your plan of care and start your recovery!

Book an appointment today so you can stop missing out on your activities of daily life and instead be equipped to recover faster.

Momentum Health Deerfoot
901 64 Avenue, NE
Suite 5146
Calgary, AB
T2E 7P4
Tel:403.228.7968
Email: [email protected]

Momentum Health Mahogany
7 Mahogany Plaza SE
Suite #110
Calgary, AB
T3M 0X7
Tel: 403.454.8460

Momentum Health Ogden
7005 18 St SE
Suite 1C
Calgary, AB
T2C 1Y1
Tel: 403.236.0106
Email: [email protected]

Momentum Health Westbrook
3320 17 Avenue SW
Suite 312
Calgary, AB
T3E 0B4
Tel: 403.454.1600
Email: [email protected]

Momentum Health West Springs
8561 8A Ave, SW
Suite 2200
Calgary, AB
T3H 0V5
Tel: 403.453.3373
Email: [email protected]

Momentum Health Creekside
12192 Symons Valley Rd NW
Suite 4
Calgary, AB
T3P 0A3
Tel: 403.239.6773
Email: [email protected]

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Creating Accessible Neighbourhoods

Creating Accessible Neighbourhoods (CAN) is committed to equity, diversity, and accessibility. CAN recognizes that people with disabilities and/or chronic health conditions have multiple intersecting identities that affect their experiences and daily life. CAN represents and honours all identities by centering decolonization and using both an intersectional lens and disability justice framework.  CAN is dedicated to education, whether community members, government, businesses, organizations, and/or communities. Our material is adjustable to new learners or more experienced audiences and delivered in a variety of ways. We deliver workshops, including: Breaking Barriers, Crip Kindness, Disability Awareness, Disability Justice, Gender + Sexuality, Imposter Syndrome, and Queer + Trans History (BC and Canada). We do presentations for conferences, speak on panels, and participate on committees for a number of issues: accessibility, academic and/or medical ableism, disability awareness, streetscapes, transportation, poverty, 2SLGBTQIA+ issues, and privileges and oppressions.  CAN does consultation work, engaging collaboratively to find creative solutions to, and educate about, barriers within communities. Projects include: accessibility, transportation, advocacy, empowerment, disability awareness, poverty, 2SLGBTQIA+ (Queer) issues, disability justice, and more.  Creating Accessible Neighbourhoods empowers people with disabilities, builds community, enables people to advocate for themselves and others, celebrates diversity, and amplifies lived experience.

Brain Care Centre (BCC)

BCC is a not-for-profit organization that offers programs and services to adults (18+) impacted by acquired brain injury so they may overcome limitations, reconnect, and thrive in the community.

Balance: Psychology and Brain Health

Our team of psychologists specialize in the assessment, prevention, and treatment of factors that can negatively affect brain health. This includes providing individualized counselling support for adults who have sustained a brain injury or other neurological condition, as well as support for their partners in care. We can work collaboratively with other members of your healthcare team and assist with disability case management. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, sleep, pain, cognitive abilities, or are having difficulty returning to work and other roles of productivity, we encourage you to connect with us to discuss how we can help.

Concussion Awareness Training Tool

The Concussion Awareness Training Tool (CATT) is a series of online educational modules and resources addressing concussion recognition, diagnosis, treatment, and management. Good concussion management may decrease the risk of brain damage and potentially reduce long-term health issues.

Easter Seals Canada

The Access 2 card is for people of all ages and types of permanent disabilities who require the assistance of a support person at hundreds of participating entertainment, cultural and recreational venues across Canada. The Access 2 cardholder (the individual with a permanent disability) presents the Access 2 card to a venue. The Access 2 cardholder pays regular admission price and their support person receives 1 FREE or discounted admission.

Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada

Brain tumours are unpredictable and complex. They can affect vision, hearing, memory, balance, and mobility. Their effects are physical, emotional, financial, and last a lifetime. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is the only national charity offering information and support to patients affected by any kind of brain tumour – be it cancerous, non-malignant or metastases.  The organization funds ground-breaking research across North America and, since 1982, has dedicated over $8.2 million to finding a cure and improving treatment for brain tumour survivors.  We also provide vital programs and services for the brain tumour community, including: Support Groups; resources like patient and caregiver Brain Tumour Handbooks, a children’s storybook and Information Sheets; and educational events like our free webinar series. Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is funded solely through generous contributions from individuals, corporations, organizations, employee groups and special events.

Southern Alberta Brain Injury Society

Southern Alberta Brain Injury Society (SABIS) provides non-medical support to adult brain injury survivors and their families. SABIS is dedicated to helping adults with acquired brain injuries obtain community supports and services.