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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Psychological Type Deep-dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Psychological Type Deep-dive

Which of the Concussion Subtypes are Driving Your Patient’s Symptoms? A Psychological Type Deep-dive Welcome to the last and final part of the deep dive into the 4 different mild…

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Cervical Spine (Vestibulospinal) Type Deep-Dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Cervical Spine (Vestibulospinal) Type Deep-Dive

The majority of individuals, approximately 60-70%, who sustain a concussion will recover within 4 weeks. While many strive to be among this majority, about 30-40% of concussion patients will experience…

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Visual/Vestibular (Vestibuloocular) Type Deep-Dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Visual/Vestibular (Vestibuloocular) Type Deep-Dive

Introduction Post Concussion Syndrome (PCS) is a complex disorder in which various common concussion symptoms — such as headaches, dizziness, and cognitive dysfunction — persist for weeks, months, or even…

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Autonomic Type Deep-Dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Autonomic Type Deep-Dive

Concussions are often called invisible injuries, leaving patients with a myriad of physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms. One unifying driver between all these symptoms can be a deceptively simple problem:…

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Psychological Type Deep-dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Psychological Type Deep-dive

Which of the Concussion Subtypes are Driving Your Patient’s Symptoms? A Psychological Type Deep-dive Welcome to the last and final part of the deep dive into the 4 different mild…

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Cervical Spine (Vestibulospinal) Type Deep-Dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Cervical Spine (Vestibulospinal) Type Deep-Dive

The majority of individuals, approximately 60-70%, who sustain a concussion will recover within 4 weeks. While many strive to be among this majority, about 30-40% of concussion patients will experience…

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Visual/Vestibular (Vestibuloocular) Type Deep-Dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Visual/Vestibular (Vestibuloocular) Type Deep-Dive

Introduction Post Concussion Syndrome (PCS) is a complex disorder in which various common concussion symptoms — such as headaches, dizziness, and cognitive dysfunction — persist for weeks, months, or even…

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Autonomic Type Deep-Dive
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have? Autonomic Type Deep-Dive

Concussions are often called invisible injuries, leaving patients with a myriad of physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms. One unifying driver between all these symptoms can be a deceptively simple problem:…

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Three Tools That Patients can use to Optimize Their Concussion Recovery Process

It was the last game of the regular season, tie-game, extra time. The ball is being crossed in from the left wing, and you have a perfect line on it….

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What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have?
What Flavor/Subtype of Concussion Does Your Patient Have?

When assessing a patient with a suspected concussion (mTBI), there’s a relatively simple outline:  Assuming the patient meets all four criteria, we are confident that we’re looking at a concussion….

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What Are Our Three Favorite Concussion Recovery Tools?

Three Tools That Clinicians Can Use to Optimize Their Concussion Treatment Plan As a healthcare provider, treating concussions can be challenging. There are a lot of different interacting systems that…

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Pathophysiology of Concussion
Pathophysiology of Concussion

Concussions are a subset of mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBIs), and are characterized by temporary disruptions in brain function, resulting from external kinetic forces applied to the head or body. …

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How to Strengthen Cervical Muscles After a Concussion or Whiplash
How to Strengthen Cervical Muscles After a Concussion or Whiplash

Not all whiplash injuries result in a concussion injury, but all concussion injuries will have a component of a whiplash injury.  Your cervical spine, commonly known as your “neck,” is…

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Vancouver Area’s Leading Clinics for Concussion Recovery
Concussion Clinics in the Vancouver Area

Concussions can happen to athletes of any age participating in all kinds of sports. From hard hits in hockey and football to accidents in gymnastics and soccer, concussions are an…

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Greater Toronto Area’s Leading Clinics for Concussion Recovery
Greater Toronto Area’s Leading Multidisciplinary Clinics for Concussion Recovery

Concussions are a common form of traumatic brain injury, often caused by blows to the head. They can result in an array of physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms that may…

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Why You Should Never Skip the Neck in Concussion Evaluation & Rehab.
Why You Should Never Skip the Neck in Concussion Evaluation & Rehab.

Every patient with a concussion is a patient with a neck injury. Let me explain. A concussion results when the brain undergoes such rapid acceleration-deceleration that shearing and stretching of…

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Recent Podcasts

Episode 133 – The Silent Injury & Helpful Support Systems with Melinda Krynen-Hill

The idea for this conversation came from frequent requests from PCS patients for something that they could share with friends and family to help them be more supportive and understanding….

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Episode 132 – The Autonomic Nervous System & How Exercise is Medicine for Concussion Patients

In this episode I chat with Dr. John Leddy, one of the inventors of the famous Buffalo Concussion Treadmill Test. We discuss the autonomic nervous system and how exercise is…

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Episode 131 – CTE – How Worried About CTE Should You Be?

CTE – Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy is a worrying conditions for many former athletes, military vets, and concussion patients. We know what the media says, but is this narrative actually true?…

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Episode 130 – 3 Step Concussion Recovery Program (building foundations)

Roughly 70% concussions recover within a few weeks yet 18-24% won’t be back to work at 6 months. Why such a big difference? Well…there may be underlying differences in these…

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Episode 129 – Concussions & Sleep w Dr. Adit Margaliot

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…

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Episode 128 – Litigation After Concussion w Luis Quail

Note: this conversation discusses the legal principles in Ontario Canada and things may be different in your area.  Also please note that this does not constitute legal advice and you…

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Episode 127 – Concussion Risk In Children & How To Minimize It

A must listen for parents of young children and/or anyone involved in youth sports.  In this episode we discuss concussion risks in kids and provide some real-world tangible things that…

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Episode 126 – Diet for Concussion Recovery – Can Fats Help with Concussion Recovery? w Dr. Paul Hrkal

In this episode we chat with Dr. Paul Hrkal all about the role fats play in both neuroprotection and concussion recovery. We discuss good vs. harmful fats, cholesterol, and deficiencies….

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Episode 125 – Concussion Recovery & Employment Law – What Are Your Rights? w Luis Quail

You’ve had a concussion and your employer is not working with you to find proper accommodations or threatening to terminate you if you cannot work…what are your rights? For this…

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Episode 124 – Returning To School Following Concussion

In this episode, I sit down with Occupational Therapist, Jenni Diamond to discuss returning to school after a concussion injury. Bio – Jenni Diamond is an Occupational Therapist and Certified…

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Episode 123 – 7 Concussion Recovery Tips for THE HOLIDAYS

The holidays can be stressful…especially if you are dealing with persistent concussion symptoms. In this episode, we provide some practical tips to help you make the most of the holiday…

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Episode 122- Vision Therapy for Concussion Rehab (with Dr. Shirley Blanc)

Dr. Shirley Blanc is a neuro-optometrist in downtown Toronto. She is a Fellow and advisory board member of NORA (Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association), and a medical advisory board member and…

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