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Sleep and Concussions: Getting the Rest That Helps You Heal

When someone sustains a concussion, there are many key considerations on their path to healing. Proper nutrition, metabolic recovery, and of course, sleep. But exactly what effect does a concussion…

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Concussion Recovery – Helpful Support Systems and Clear Communication

The Importance of Communication in Concussion Recovery When it comes to recovery, some injuries are simpler than others. For instance, if you break your leg in a ski accident, X-rays…

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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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Advanced Imaging in Concussion – MRI, CT Scan, SPECT and more

Episode 64 of Ask Concussion Doc with Dr. Cameron Marshall, discusses concussion in relation to medical imaging modalities; the role they play in the assessment and treatment of concussions, and…

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Boys vs. Girls – Sex differences with concussion

Updated June 30, 2021 Differences between the male and female brain have been the subject of extensive research for decades. Although difficult to study, research has shown that being XY…

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Ask Concussion Doc – Ep. 63 | The Hockey Episode

This is the hockey episode – the episode every hockey parent or hockey player should listen to! Concussion Doc is one of the authors of the recently released largest concussion…

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Ask Concussion Doc – Ep. 61 | The two phases of concussion & the Q-Collar

In this podcast, we answer a listener’s question regarding the two phases of concussion, and we discuss Concussion Doc’s thoughts on the Q-collar. Purchase CCMI’s Level One Introduction to Concussion…

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Ask Concussion Doc – Episode 59 | Botox and post-concussion headaches

In this episode, Concussion Doc covers headaches! What causes headaches? According to the International Classification of Headache Disorders, there are more than 150 different types of headaches! Concussion Doc discusses…

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Free Concussion Tool Supports Safer Return-to-Sport Decisions for Young Athletes

New App Improves Concussion Injury Detection, Tracking and Protocol Compliance through Collaborative Communication between Athletes, Coaches, Teachers and Healthcare Providers. OAKVILLE, ONTARIO – August 8, 2019 – Complete Concussion Management…

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Ask Concussion Doc – Episode 58 | Big changes to acute management

In this episode, Concussion Doc discusses the latest big changes to acute management in concussion care, and makes his predictions for the next two years! As mentioned: My Head Hurts…

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Ask Concussion Doc – Episode 57 | Autonomic dysregulation and PCS, hyperbaric oxygen and creatine supplementation

In this episode, Dr. Marshall chats about autonomic dysregulation and PCS (parasympathetic activities), hyperbaric oxygen and creatine supplementation. DISCLAIMER This is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice…

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Concussion real talk with The Prehab Guys

In episode 56 of the Ask Concussion Doc podcast, Dr. Marshall gets real with The Prehab Guys about what a concussion actually is! Watch the full video below to learn…

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How much do minor bumps to the head impact someone post-concussion?

Should someone who has experienced a concussion be concerned about minor bumps and hits to the head? The short answer? No. Dr. Cameron Marshall explains why below:

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