Sleep is so important for concussion recovery, yet very few people do it well. In this episode, I chat with a Neurologist and sleep expert, Dr. Adit Margaliot about the importance of sleep on concussion recovery. Doctor Margaliot is a Canadian-trained neurologist with a fellowship in neuromuscular disorders and further specialization in sleep medicine. She has practiced in both hospital and community settings. She now also practices Functional Medicine, an approach to treating individuals as a whole and addressing root causes of chronic illness. She views sleep as a very important component of an individual’s care and also recognizes the impact that other health issues have on sleep. She presently practices in Toronto and serves on the medical advisory board for Complete Concussion Management
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