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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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Concussion in Children: Part II

Returning to School Following Concussion Every year in Canada alone, thousands of K-12 students sustain a concussion as a result of a fall, collision in their sport, or bike/auto accident….

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Neurofatigue: Why am I so tired?

Updated June 23 2021 The reason behind concussion and persistent fatigue One of the main symptoms people seem to struggle with after sustaining a concussion is ‘neurofatigue’. That feeling you…

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ACD16 | Neck Strength, Supplements & Visual Motion Sensitivity

Updated June 25 2021 In Episode 16, we discussed whether or not neck strengthening exercises can help to prevent concussions, supplements that may support recovery, and visual motion sensitivity following…

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PT Coffee Cast by The Movement PTs: A Discussion with Dr. Cameron Marshall

Dr. Cameron Marshall, DC, joins The Movement – PT Coffee Cast to talk all things concussion, including post-concussion syndrome (or PCS), the good old days bias, common misconceptions around the…

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Exercise therapy and manual therapy in concussion management

Using graded exercise therapy and manual therapy in concussion recovery may be contrary to the “old way” of dealing with a concussion injury. Traditionally, patients were told to rest after…

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Can neck strength reduce concussion risk?

A concussion is caused because of acceleration or deceleration of the brain within the skull, which causes brain cells to become stimulated, resulting in symptoms. Research shows that if we…

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Is my neck causing my concussion symptoms? Part 2

Updated June 27 2021 In part one, it was established that both concussion and whiplash/neck injuries happen because of acceleration and/or deceleration. It was also established that concussion injury requires…

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