About 47.4% of adults aged 40 years and older, who had a history of concussion with loss of consciousness reported having disability years later in at least one area of functioning. Among adults age 40 and older without a history of concussion with loss of consciousness, 38.6% reported functional disabilities. Disability was defined as having “some difficulty” or greater difficulty in an area. About 38% of individuals with a history of concussion had mobility issues, with 38% experiencing at least some difficulty. About 36% said they had at least some difficulty in general physical activities such as carrying . . .
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