Hit your head? Keep your brain health in mind.

WellNow Urgent Care is here to help make it all better for your mild head injuries. We are proud to offer two brain health assessment tools at select locations: BrainScope® One and ClearEdge®. With these services, we can evaluate your head injury, determine if you have a concussion and provide the appropriate treatment to help you get well, now.

Walk in or check in online to our Greece, Liverpool, Orchard Park or Niskayuna locations to receive quick, convenient care for your non-life-threatening head injury.

Not sure which brain health assessment is right for you? Select a situation to reveal information on how our tools can help.

Situation:

You were at practice for your office’s baseball league last night when a line drive hit you in the forehead. Now you have a large, painful bump there, but you didn’t lose consciousness.

What to do:

Even though you didn’t lose consciousness, you may still have a concussion. BrainScope® One might be the right choice for you since you have a bump on your head.

Situation:

You and your young son were in a minor car accident. The impact caused him to hit his head on the door. He doesn’t have any cuts, bumps or bruises, but he says he’s dizzy and his head hurts.

What to do:

ClearEdge® is a great tool for children under the age of 18 who hit their head but don’t have any visible injuries.

Situation:

You were riding your bike this morning when you hit a pothole, fell and hit your head. Even though you were wearing a helmet, you have a headache and some cuts on your head.

What to do:

Because you have cuts and a sustained headache, BrainScope® One could be a good option to determine if you have a concussion. Also, be sure to replace your helmet after an accident.

Situation:

Your daughter was at gymnastics when she fell off the balance beam and hit her head. She is having trouble walking in a straight line and can’t remember what happened.

What to do:

ClearEdge® is ideal for assessing the extent of children’s head injuries and tracking their recovery progress.

Situation:

You and your friend were skateboarding when he was hit by a car. He is unconscious and bleeding excessively.

What to do:

Call 911 or go to the emergency room — an injury that results in loss of consciousness and excessive bleeding requires immediate medical attention.

Ask a provider at your next visit for more information about our brain health services.

If you are experiencing a life-threatening injury, call 911 immediately or go to your nearest emergency room.