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Tim Whiteman Mar 29
🖊 Notes on a challenging year recovering from a 🧠 A huge thank you to everyone for their support
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William B. Barr 24h
In this physiologically based exercise prescription, practitioners are urged to shorten the rest period and initiate controlled exercise earlier during the recovery process following a .
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Theo Farley 7h
With the force threshold for appearing elusive could direction of prove to be the deciding factor?
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Life Wellness Occupational Therapy Apr 3
Here we go!!🎉 Day 3 of the ABCs of OT Challenge!.🥳. Hopefully, by the end of April, you will understand 🤔 the benefits of Occupational Therapy a little more🤩......HAPPY OT MONTH 🎉🎉
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Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals 4h
We’re proud of this $3M grant. The scientific review committees agree that our drug is a promising potential treatment for TBI and concussions!
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ATSHCJournal Mar 30
In the current study, 72% of individuals in the education group were willing to report their sport-related injury, whereas 36% of individuals in the non-education group were not
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Tara Porfido, PT, DPT 24h
Comprehensive Clinical Practice Guideline for physical therapists on the evaluation and management of . Thanks Kathy Shimamura
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UGAconcussion Mar 30
New publication in the from our own & colleagues from examining functional movements between Hx & healthy individuals. Time to stabilization was longer among concussed Hx cohort. Check it out here:
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CJSM Mar 30
Our March issue includes a supplement devoted entirely to the subject of -- check it out:
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We're MOVING FOWARD! Mar 31
"Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon." Favorite quote of survivor, Kevin J. Frame
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William B. Barr Apr 1
Study finds major shortfalls in alpine ski racing athletes’ understanding of , identified in the areas of (1) the definition of concussion, (2) affective symptoms, (3) diagnostic tools and (4) indicators of recovery.
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RightEye 10h
This patient went from having a PhD to barely being able to read after her . Click here to watch her story and see how changed her life: .
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Center for NeuroPotential Apr 2
The Center for NeuroPotential provides online neuropsychological testing and support following a . 👉 Call 475-221-8142 for more information!
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Sarah Hellewell Mar 29
Our new paper is out! Characteristic Patterns of White Matter Tract Injury in Sport-Related : An Image Based Meta-Analysis
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Daniel Carcillo 1h
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Manuel Alejandro Anaya 24h
🚨If you’re interested in the possible consequences of you may be interested in our new work in
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Concussion Awareness Apr 3
Another interesting article that shows the long term effects of and how even though you may feel fine, there are other areas to consider also.
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RightEye Apr 2
Dr. Amanda Nanasy says her evaluations always start with . Learn more about how RightEye can help: .
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Concussion Awareness Mar 30
Great read this, recovery takes time, and it varies for everyone. Don’t be so quick to rush back to sport, nurse concussion like you would a muscular injury and really take to return to sport when it feels right.
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Cognitive FX Apr 3
Did you know? That a coup injury occurs under the site of impact with an object, and a contrecoup injury occurs on the side opposite the area that was hit. And that coup and contrecoup injuries are considered focal brain injuries?
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