I was involved in a collision about three and a half weeks ago. I was rear-ended while going about 25 mph. The kid who hit me was going at least 50 mph. I have had an MRI of the brain, CT of c-spine, chest and abdomen, echocardiogram, holter monitor, tilt table test, x-ray of neck and back. All are normal or borderline. I have been experiencing tremors and an unusual limping, trembling gait when walking. I never know until I start walking if I will be walking normal or not, because it comes and goes, not seeming to be related to my mood at all. When I first get up from sitting, my right leg seems to stutter before it moves to walk. I have also had 4 episodes of lightheadedness, where I felt like I was going to pass out. My handwriting is similar--sometimes it is normal, other times it is very shaky/slow, changing within minutes. I have been referred to a mental health professional, but think there must be some physical reason for these distressing symptoms. The only diagnoses I have been given are cervical, thoracic, and back strain and now post concussive syndrome, but I cannot find any documentation on this syndrome affecting motor skills.
Please advise! I am so frustrated. I just want to walk like a normal healthy person again!