COVID-19 (coronavirus) Notice: Effective March 22, 2020, as per the order for non-essential workers to stay at home by Governor Cuomo, we are making some changes to operations. Our NY offices will remain open, however, only essential clinical staff will be in the office. All admin and other non-essential staff will work from home and are available to take calls and assist you in any way. Please continue to call the office or contact us via the web as normal. We will continue to monitor changes to the situation and government regulations, and are taking precautions by wearing protective gear for everyone's safety and performing deep cleanings - both during the day and after-hours.

Learn more about the proactive precautions we are taking, along with general recommendations for staying healthy, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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HMS Team Member Randy Parr Recognized for Work With Veterans

HMS physician assistant Randy Parr was recently honored for her work with veterans suffering post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries.

4 Types of Brain Injuries

There are many different types of brain injuries, including anoxic injuries, contusions, concussions, and infections.

Are Concussions in Children on the Rise?

Recent statistics indicate concussions in children in the United States are increasing, particularly among adolescent athletes.

What to Do After a Concussion: 5 Tips

After a concussion, a patient should seek medical care right away, follow a customized recovery plan, receive hyperbaric oxygen therapy, adjust food choices, and refrain from drinking alcohol.

FDA Green Lights Diagnostic Blood Test for Concussions

A diagnostic blood test for concussions, which could reduce the need for CT scans in some cases, has been officially approved by the FDA.

Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery: How to Heal

Traumatic brain injury recovery involves identifying your symptoms, obtaining the proper diagnosis from a medical professional, and undergoing treatment.

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Dr. Scott Sherr

Some of the Latest Concussion Statistics

Recent concussion statistics show female soccer players in high school are at a high risk and falls are a consistent leading cause, as well.

9 Head Injury Symptoms

Head injury symptoms include cognitive, sensory, behavioral and emotional changes. Headaches, nausea and sensitivity to light are several examples.