We know nothing about the mechanisms surrounding acquired aphantasia so recommending any specific treatment is impossible. Concussion itself is very poorly understood although there are plenty of commonalities each case is unique so this is a conversation you should be having with a medical Dr as far as treatment goes. In your case aphantasia is not a problem it is just a symptom of the problem the problem is what needs to be addressed if visualization is to return.
The feelings and stress the lack of visualization can create after you’ve had it for a lifetime is something that would be best addressed by a therapist. So basically just focus on getting healthy in your current state and with any luck as your physical/mental health improves the visualization may return. Concussion can linger for quiet some time which is why I recommend possibly a therapist if you can because the additional stress can make dealing with it harder and dealing with the emotional problems that can create is very important. There are almost certainly other mental changes from the concussion that you may still be having problems processing, your mind is literally different than it used to be.
One thing I would recommend is not trying to torture yourself by forcing yourself to visualize again as that could dramatically increase your stress if you’re not succeeding which can make everything downspiral worse, this will take time.
Barring therapy talking about it with others is a sort of therapy so that can be a route to take as well even in addition to any other assistance you are able to get.