Episode 37 – Concussion support groups (Lauren Van Patten & Jesse Topley, Queen’s University, CESAPchats)

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On Episode 37, the first Concussion Talk Podcast of 2019, Lauren Van Patten and Jesse Topley talk about a peer support group they've started - CESAPchats - to help others, and themselves, address the issues they're having since concussions. Emotional, mental, and physical issues are talked about at their monthly meetings. CESAP (Concussion Education Safety ...

Episode 36 – Vision and Recovery After Concussion (Katie Mitchell, MSCPT, CAT (C), Thrive NeuroSport)

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On Episode 36 of Concussion Talk Podcast I talk with Katie Mitchell, MSCPT, CAT (C) of Thrive NeuroSport. Katie is a Registered Physiotherapist and Certified Athletic Therapist CAT(C) working at Woolwich Physiotherapy in Elmira, Ontario. She is currently doing her PhD. Katie's research is based on how vision guides movement in athletes, particularly in dynamic tasks. ...

Episode 34 – Concussion 101 Podcast (York Region Concussion Clinic)

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On episode 34 of Concussion Talk Podcast I talk to Taher, Caitlin, Donna, and Mona,  the Medical Director, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, and Optometrist for York Region Concussion Clinic, respectively. This week sees the launch of their first concussion podcast series, Concussion 101. We talk about concussions, rehabilitation, and spreading awareness. Concussion Talk Podcast is available on: iTunes/Apple Podcasts YouTube SoundCloud GooglePlayMusic

Episode 33 – Ashley Hiscock & I talk about concussions, athletic therapy and more!

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On Monday, October 29, 2018,  Episode 33 of Concussion Talk Podcast will be a relaxed chat between Ashley Hiscock - athletic therapist, Certified Kinesiologist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS),  and owner of Premier Athletic Therapy & Sports Medicine - and me. We chat about the concussions, the role of an athletic therapist, and more. Concussion Talk ...

Episode 32 – Cameron Yung (University; academically, socially, after multiple concussions)

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On episode 32 of Concussion Talk Podcast I talk to Cameron Yung, who recently graduated from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. By his count, he's had 9 concussions. He knows he had one in spring 2018, but can't remember it. He remembers the one before that, playing intramural soccer in the fall of 2017. ...

Episode 31 – Queen’s University Men’s Hockey Coach (Brett Gibson)

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On Episode 31 of Concussion Talk Podcast I talk to Brett Gibson, Head Coach of Queen's Men's Hockey team. We talk about concussions in hockey, concussions among his players and student-athletes, and his own personal experience with concussion. Concussion Talk Podcast is available on: SoundCloud iTunes YouTube Google Play Music

Episode 7 – Phoenix Concussion Recovery Podcast (ACRM presentation preview)

By Monday, September 24, 2018 0 No tags Permalink 0

Lauren Ziaks and Chelsea Brown will present "Primitive Reflex Integration: A new treatment paradigm for concussive injuries" at this year's ACRM in Dallas at 11:15am on October 3, 2018. On this episode of Phoenix Concussion Recovery Podcast, Lauren previews their talk and discusses the role of primitive reflex integration in physical therapy treatment. Phoenix Concussion Recovery Podcast ...

Episode 30 of Concussion Talk Podcast – Allen Champagne (Queen’s PhD, Gaels Football, UNC Tar Heels Football)

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On Episode 30 of Concussion Talk Podcast I talk to researcher/PhD student/football coach/former player at UNC Chapel Hill for the Tar Heels, now at Queen's University, Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Queen's Gaels Defensive Line Coach, Allen Champagne. He describes his research using neuro-imaging, video review, and biomechanical analysis to better understand how concussions are sustained ...