Are You Or Your Loved One:

Still recovering from a mild-to-moderate traumatic brain injury (mmTBI, including concussion or post-concussive syndrome)* ?
Still experiencing long-term balance issues like…
  • Dizziness
  • Difficulty walking
  • Trouble climbing stairs
  • Difficulty completing everyday tasks?
Showing little improvement of long-term balance issues even after past standard-of-care physical therapy?
Between the ages of 18 to 65 years old (the recovering patient)?
Currently fit enough to walk for 20 minutes or more (the recovering patient)?

If you answered yes to all of the questions, the PoNS Treatment™ may be right for you or your loved one.

To be sure you and your family makes an informed decision, learn more about:

For more information, schedule a 15-minute consultation with a local PoNS Treatment™ clinic specialist to discuss treatment and cost.

*A TBI is an umbrella term (that includes concussion or post-concussive syndrome) referring to head injuries caused by a hit to the head or body (for example, a fall), an injury that breaks through the skull (such as a gunshot wound or being impaled), or any other injury that moves or shakes the brain causing tearing, bruising, or swelling of the brain.

Reference: 1. Traumatic Brain Injury. Healthlink BC. Accessed July 5, 2019.