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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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Common Concussion Biomarkers

The diagnosis of a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) depends on patients’ signs and symptoms, and clinical assessment. A multitude of clinical assessment tools are available to help…

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Ask Concussion Doc – Episode 2

Dr. Cameron Marshall was joined by Australian Physiotherapy Association titled Sports Physiotherapist, Aerin DiLeva, to discuss computerized neurocognitive testing, manual therapy and the role of physical therapy in concussion care. Below…

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When do concussion patients require treatment and rehab?

Proven, evidence-based concussion treatment for persistent symptoms includes cervical spine treatment, vestibular rehabilitation, psychological interventions, and controlled sub- symptom-threshold, submaximal exercise.1 This information is according to the most recent international consensus…

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Ask Concussion Doc – Episode 1 | Neurofatigue, BPPV & RTP Protocol

In the first ever episode of Ask Concussion Doc! with Medical Advisory Board member, Dr. Cameron Marshall,  we discussed 3 questions that were submitted to us through our Facebook and Instagram pages. Note:…

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Ontario Passes Ground-Breaking Legislation (Rowan’s Law) to Protect Amateur Athletes

Ontario passed concussion safety legislation today (Rowan’s Law) to protect amateur athletes and make sport safer on the field and at school. Rowan’s Law (Concussion Safety), 2017 makes Ontario a…

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5 characteristics of an effective concussion clinic

Concussions are complex injuries that can result in a variety of symptoms and problems, including issues with the cervical spine and vestibular system. Although most people recover in 10-14 days,…

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A discussion with The Movement Docs: Do we have a concussion problem?

Do we have a concussion problem? Or, do we have a concussion management problem? Complete Concussion Management lead researcher and Medical Advisory Board member, Dr. Cameron Marshall, DC, discussed this…

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Can a blood test diagnose a concussion?

Over the past couple of days a number of prominent media outlets published a story about the first ever FDA-approved blood test to diagnose or detect a concussion. New York…

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4 reasons to join a concussion care network

Whether you know it or not, there is a very good chance that you are part of a network. On Facebook? That’s a network. Part of a family? Consider that…

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Talk tackles sport-related concussion head on

This article was written by Aerin Di Leva, and originally published in the APA Sports Physiotherapy Magazine. Aerin Di Leva is an APA Sport Physiotherapist, and Program Development Manager, Australia,…

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