Welcome to the Virtual Concussion Clinic!

Same-Day Appointments in 3 Easy Steps

  1. Healthcare Provider – Speak to your doctor or nurse practitioner. A referral is required.
  2. Referral Form – Upload a completed referral or have your doctor or NP fax one to us
  3. Register Online –  Registration opens 30 minutes before the clinic starts

You will be contacted by the Virtual Call Centre and placed in queue for your same-day, online appointment.


Clinic Fully Booked &

Closed for Today

Next Clinic: July 20 @ 5:00pm

Please see below for Upcoming Clinics

Please contact NCT if you have questions about registration for the upcoming clinic.

Upcoming Clinics:

July 20 @ 5:00pm

July 27 @ 5:00pm


What is the Virtual Concussion Clinic?

This is a specially designed online, walk-in clinic consisting of a team of individuals with expertise in concussion and post-concussion syndrome (PCS). The clinic’s primary goal is to provide expert concussion care to patients in a timely and effective manner. The development of the Virtual Concussion Clinic aligns with NCT’s value of constantly striving to transform the lives of our patients.

Why has the Virtual Concussion Clinic been created?

The COVID19 pandemic has placed significant stresses on the healthcare system, including access to expert care.

It is our hope that NCT’s Virtual Concussion Clinic provides an option for patients affected by the limitations COVID19 has placed on healthcare resources.

Given the success of this model, this clinic will exist beyond COVID19 to help patients receive fast and effective care by reducing the wait times to see neurologists and concussion experts. 

I am a Healthcare Provider and would like to know how to access this clinic for my patients.

  • The clinic is open to all patients (children and adults) who would like to meet with our concussion care team
  • The clinic is fully covered by OHIP; no extra charges.
  • Every appointment in the Virtual Concussion Clinic results in a comprehensive assessment. This includes one-on-one, 20-minute focused assessments by all members of the team:
    • Neurologist & PA/NP/RN
    • Occupational Therapist
    • Physiotherapist
    • Psychotherapist
  • Visits will be very focused assessments.
  • Examples of patients and issues that can be assessed in the clinic:
    • Active concussion or post-concussion symptoms requiring:
      • management
      • assessment of diagnosis
      • medication questions/renewals/changes
    • Concussion-related headache
    • New-onset concussion
  •  
    • Question of concussion
  •  
    • Concussion or post-concussion syndrome counselling
  • Visits are by virtual, walk-in only; there are no booked consultations
  • Patients are seen on a first-come, first-serve basis exactly like a standard walk-in clinic; however, the registration process and visit are conducted online from the comfort of the patient’s own home

How do I arrange a visit to the Virtual Concussion Clinic?

Three easy steps!

  1. Speak with your healthcare practitioner and get a referral
  2. Register for your visit online
  3. Wait for the Virtual Call Centre to contact you for further instructions

How does the Virtual Concussion Clinic work?

Click here for an overview about how to arrange your visit

This clinic is open to all patients (children and adults)  wanting to meet with concussion care team.

Every appointment in the Virtual Concussion Clinic results in a comprehensive assessment that lasts 80 minutes. This includes one-on-one, 20-minute long, very focused assessments by all members of the team:

  • Neurologist & PA/NP/RN
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Physiotherapist
  • Psychotherapist

The clinic is 100% covered by OHIP; no extra charges.

Visits are by virtual, walk-in only – no appointment necessary.

Patients are seen on a first-come, first-serve basis exactly like a walk-in clinic; however, the registration process and visit are conducted online from the comfort of your own home

All first-time appointments require a referral. Speak with your primary care provider: physician or nurse practitioner

Referral forms can be found here

Registration will be available beginning 30 minutes prior to the start of the clinic (See below for clinic hours)

Patients are seen in the order in which registration is completed which includes Registration Form, Consent and Referral

Who is eligible to be seen in the Virtual Concussion Clinic?

The clinic is open to all patients (children and adults) who would like to meet with the concussion care team.

Examples of patients and issues that can be assessed in the clinic:

  • Active concussion or post-concussion symptoms requiring:
    • management/treatment
    • assessment of diagnosis
    • medication questions/renewals/changes
  • Concussion-related headache
  • New-onset concussion
  • Question of concussion
  • Concussion or post-concussion syndrome counselling

What do I need to have to arrange for a Virtual Concussion Clinic visit?

  • Computer/laptop (preferred) or Tablet/iPad/Phone
  • Reliable internet connection
  • Email
  • Secure, quiet & safe location

How does the visit work?

After registering online, the Virtual Call Centre will send you instructions via email.

You will receive:

  1. A clickable link to your Virtual Care Room
  2. Start time for your visit

Five minutes prior to your start time, click on the link.

See here for a summary of how to access your virtual room

Virtual Concussion Clinic Hours

Pre-Registration Hours: 30 minutes prior to the start of the clinic

Registration Hours: Start of clinic until 30 minutes prior to the end of the clinic

Appointment Hours: Every Monday from 4:30– 8pm


Week of June 22nd: 

  • Monday, June 22
    • Pre-Registration: 4:30 pm
    • Registration: 5:00pm – 7:30pm
    • Appointment Hours: 5:00pm – 8:00pm


Sorry the Virtual Concussion Clinic is full for today.
Registration Form opens here again for the next clinic on July 20 @ 5:00pm


If you would like information on support services for people living with concussion or post-concussion syndrome and their loved ones, such as counselling, support groups and employment services, please visit our community partner, Ontario Brain Injury Association