Blog Posts in November, 2015

  • Not All Concussion Recoveries are Created Equal

    || 30-Nov-2015

    There is so much about the concussion process that isn’t yet fully understood by science. How can one athlete seemingly return to “normal” hours after what looks like a knockout blow to the head during a big game, while another takes weeks to fully recover from what seemed to only be a slight ‘ding’ during practice? Though I am pleased to say we’re no longer in ...
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  • Dr. Vernon Williams, director of Sports Neurology and Pain Medicine at Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles discusses the increased risk of chronic neurological impairment in professional football players as it applies to concussions in the NFL. To read the full article, click here.
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  • Brain Exercises to Enhance Performance

    || 2-Nov-2015

    In the mainstream media, we see a lot of discussion about brain function as it relates to traumatic injury or a chronic condition like Alzheimer’s disease. In this way, the brain is seen as a passive organ or one that some unforeseen event happens to. But would it surprise you to know that the brain is a muscle that needs and can benefit greatly from focused and consistent exercise? ...
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