Dr. Raymond J. Petras, B.E., M.A., Ph.D.

Sports Psychology, Pain Doctor, Hypnosis, Concussion Treatment
Concussion Symptoms
Safe, Rapid, Permanent relief along with improved cognitive functioning

Concussion Symptom Relief

Safe, Rapid, Permanent Relief From Concussion Symptoms
Along With IMPROVED Cognitive Functioning

The focus with concussions has been on education, prevention and tools for its diagnosis. Rest, rest and more rest and some medication, generally Tylenol®, seem to be the only treatments other than:
If you are suffering from concussion symptoms of nausea, dizziness, headaches, etc. and reduced cognitive functioning (concentration), you are probably interested in treatment options.


PNPR™ is a combination of well-known techniques found in literature that allow the body to act as its own biofeedback device. PNPR™ offers hope for health by engaging the conscious mind in interesting, focused, neutral and positive self-talk while the mind-body automatically improves in the quickest, most efficient and healthful way possible.

Concussions, injuries can end an athlete’s career but there’s hope.” An article by John Bassetti. Youngstown, OH Vindicator

Concussions In The News
Public awareness has increased due to high profile athletes being injured. Laws are being passed and rules instituted to protect young as well as professional athletes.

A concussion is a type of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), that can be caused by a blow, fall, bump or jolt according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) < http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/>. Contrary to popular belief, one does not have to lose consciousness to have a concussion.

You can search the internet for information on concussion

Fascinating Symptom Relief Article

1st Annual Mayo Clinic
         Sports Medicine Summit:
        Care for the Athlete 2018 Scottsdale, AZ

There is still a need for safe treatments while a person heals from a concussion

        Concussion Management
        Preseason Concussion Testing
        What is the Std of Care? Tamara McLeod PhD, ATC

        Current On-Field Practices for
        Concussion: Making the
        Diagnosis  Javier Cardenas MD

        Current Recommendations for
        Concussion Treatment After
        Diagnosis (incl RTP Decisions) Steven Erickson MD

        Concussion Rehabilitation (incl.
        Vestibular Therapy, Ocular Therapy
        Neuropsychology Treatment)

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