Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI)

Annually at The Montreal Children’s Hospital, we see over 2,500 children and adolescents with head injuries, ranging from minor to severe.

A mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) (frequently referred as a concussion), is a disturbance in brain function that can be caused by a direct or indirect hit to the head or body.

To learn more and to print the complete MTBI brochure (pdf), click here.

If your child’s symptoms are not resolved in approximately two weeks following the injury, further consultation by the Neurotrauma Program at the Montreal Children’s Hospital is recommended.

Please call: 514 412-4400 x 23310.
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Reviewed by Trauma specialists at the Montreal Children’s Hospital.
Last updated: July 2013, January 2016


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