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Could you get a brain injury in case of sudden stop of the head?

I am a concussion survivor. Could you get a concussion if your head stops suddenly from a fast movement?
Yesterday I was in a hurry and running and pushed the door in front of me. It stopped abruptly which caused my body to stop too. Could this cause a concussion? I'm scared because I am recovering from a concussion already. Does it make me more prone to brain injury?
Please, help me!
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