The Best Car to Drive after Sustaining a Concussion

Published on: May 17, 2019

What type of vehicle should you be driving in after you sustain a concussion? A Mercedes Benz? Rolls Royce? Cadillac? Subaru? Or the car you drove to Rehab in?  Should […]

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The Concussion Spectrum: Who is on the Team?

Published on: April 11, 2019

If you have attended one of our Concussion workshops you know that we embrace the so-called “Concussion Spectrum”. The Concussion Spectrum essentially describes the responsibilities of a concussion management plan […]

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Just Sleep It Off?

Published on: February 27, 2019

You can’t read about post-concussion rehabilitation these days without the mention of sleep. We have confirmed that many individuals who sustain a concussion experience “sleep disturbances”. What exactly is a […]

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Concussion Prevention or Performance Enhancement?

Published on: January 7, 2019

Much has been discussed about the importance of concussion education, especially as it relates to our youth playing sports. While we don’t want to scare off parents from having their […]

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Concussions in wheelchair users – are you prepared to properly assess?

Published on: November 20, 2018

The mainstream professional literature has an abundance of published research on balance and posture assessment and rehabilitation following a concussion. A quick search of PubMed yields some 300 thousand plus […]

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Concussion Management: Does marijuana play a role?

Published on: October 19, 2018

Recently more and more questions have arisen regarding the use of marijuana as a rehabilitation intervention following a concussion.  For example, some patients may ask if marijuana can help rid […]

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CDC Releases New Guidelines for Pediatric Concussion

Published on: September 10, 2018

This is an exciting time to post the first concussion blog! It seems like the more we know about concussion the less we actually really know – at least in […]

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