Pan Am Clinic
What We Do
The Pan Am Concussion Program is a provincial government-funded clinical program that provides multidisciplinary care to pediatric patients with concussion and traumatic brain injuries (TBI) living in Manitoba, northwestern Ontario and central Nunavut. This program cares for concussion patients with acute sport and non-sport related injuries as well as those with persistent post-concussion symptoms. It also coordinates multi-disciplinary assessment and rehabilitation of children and adolescents with moderate and severe TBI. The multi-disciplinary team includes provincial experts from a number of TBI-related sub-disciplines including neurosurgery, neuropsychology, exercise science, vestibular and cervical spine physiotherapy, adolescent psychiatry and neurology. The Pan Am Concussion Program engages in research that advances the understanding and clinical management of paediatric concussion and TBI. The program has also partnered with provincial leaders in sport and education to develop harmonized sport- and school-based concussion protocols that help optimize concussion education, prevention and evidence-based management throughout Manitoba.
Phone Number: 204.927.2766
Fax Number: 204.927.2768
Phones are answered: Mon-Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm
The Concussion Program is located on the Second Floor of the MTS Iceplex, 3969 Portage Ave, Winnipeg.
The mailing address is 75 Poseidon Bay, Winnipeg, MB, R3M 3E4
Patients living in rural and remote northern communities in Manitoba and Nunavut can face challenges accessing primary and specialized healthcare due to geographic, socio-economic and cultural factors. To improve access to specialized concussion care, the Pan Am Concussion Program has partnered with leaders from Ongomiizwin Health Services, MBTelehealth, First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Jordan’s Principle, Kivalliq Inuit Services and Government of Nunavut to developed the Pan Am Clinic CONcussion in the North EConsultation and Telemedicine (CONNECT) Program. Together, this program allows patients living in rural and remote communities in Manitoba and Nunavut to receive the highest standard of concussion and TBI care closer to their home communities.
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