Many are familiar with concussion diagnosis when sports are involved., but few think of concussions when witnessing falls on the park, in the airport, at the grocery store, or at home. Falls have surpassed all others as the #1 cause of concussion due to the aging population. As chiropractors ARE seeing AND TREATING concussed patients. Do we know the ethical boundaries in place when witnessing, diagnosing, and treating these injuries? Do we know how to work as part of a multidisciplinary team? Micky Collins published a paper in 2016 that looked at concussion approaches from a multidisciplinary perspective in which he referenced his 6 subtypes of concussion: Migraine/Sleep (Autonomic), Vestibular, Cervical, Oculomotor/Vision, Cognitive, and Affective. Attendees will learn what a concussed individual experiences from the time of injury until they are well. This presentation will underscore how each discipline views and manages concussions, and how chiropractors can participate in this multidisciplinary management of concussions.