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In this episode of the Colts Blue Zone Podcast, Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Matt Adams talks all things Indianapolis Colts. The show starts off with a discussion about concussions for Anthony Richardson and Ryan Kelly (3:00) before the team recaps the Colts' Week 2 win over the Houston Texans (16:30).After some roster notes (21:00), it's onto a discussion of the latest Pro Football Hall of Fame class, which includes some notable Colts players (25:43) and a preview of this week's Colts-Ravens clash (36:40).They close the show with their prediction for the game, a feat made all the more difficult by AR's uncertain status at quarterback (51:36).
On this episode of JAT Chat, Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Shawn Eagle about his recent paper titled "Association of Multidomain Assessment Outcomes with Referral for Vestibular Therapy After Concussion". Link: https://tinyurl.com/mr2m95a3 Shawn R. Eagle, PhD, joined the faculty of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh in January of 2022. Dr. Eagle has collaborated on Department of Defense (DoD) funded research through the University of Pittsburgh since 2013. He began focusing on TBI in 2015 when he began his doctoral studies at the University of Pittsburgh's Neuromuscular Research Laboratory. Dr. Eagle extended his studies as a postdoctoral fellow in the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Clinic from 2019 to 2021. His research interests are currently focused on mitigating risk for long-term sequelae following traumatic brain injury, with a specific focus on mental health issues. Dr. Eagle has published over 110 papers in refereed journals and presented his research at local, national and international scientific conferences. He is an ad-hoc reviewer for 35 peer-reviewed journals.
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Review the anatomy of the vestibular system, examine the literature on evaluation of the vestibulo-ocular system after concussion, examine the literature on the efficacy of vestibular rehabilitation after concussion Timestamps 1:33- Anatomy of the vestibular system 5:34- Vestibular reflexes 7:12- Evaluation of the Vestibulo-ocular system 12:15- VOMS vs King-Devick 21:40- Basics of vestibular rehabilitation -- ARTICLE CITATIONS used for this episode: https://atcornerds.wixsite.com/home/blog AT CORNER FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/atcornerpodcast Instagram, Website, YouTube, and other links: atcornerds.wixsite.com/home/links EMAIL US: firstname.lastname@example.org SAVE on Medbridge: Use code ATCORNER to get $150 off your subscription SAVE on Precision AT: Use code ATCORNER for 15% off all home study courses Music: Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA Check back for your CEU Quiz and Course Evaluation! Season 1 CEU Multi-pack: Get all of your season 1 CEUs in one pack! CEUs brought to you by Massachusetts General Brigham Massachusetts General Brigham (#P8644) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. -- -Sandy & Randy
Query & Company Rundown 9/20/23 (00:00-26:46) – Query & Company opens on a Hump Day with Jake Query and Jimmy Cook discussing if they have pictures of themselves on film or if they still print pictures off their phone. Additionally, they start previewing the Colts game on Sunday where they explain what they want to see from Gardner Minshew if Anthony Richardson doesn't clear concussion protocol. (26:46-38:31) – With Anthony Richardson questionable for Sunday, Jake and Jimmy explain why they want to see Richardson play against the Baltimore Ravens this weekend. Their reasoning is because of the type of quarterback play the Colts have had since Andrew Luck's retirement. (38:31-41:33) – Jake and Jimmy wrap up the first hour with Jake sharing a story regarding his girlfriend taking a huge luggage bag for a two-day trip. (41:33-1:04:05) – The NFL's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Allen Sills, joins Query & Company to explain how a player enters the protocol, the two different categories a player can enter when it comes to being concussed, what happens when a player is working their way back from a concussion, how they determine if a player tries to fake their way through the baseline test, and shares his medical expertise about the hot topic of playing on grass compared to turf. (1:04:05-1:22:51) – NFL Network and IU Football radio analyst, Rhett Lewis, reveals how many one-loss teams he could see in the College Football Playoff on Query & Company with Jake and Jimmy. Additionally, Rhett tries to decipher if the Bengals are the expected playoff team that flops this season, shares his assessment on what he's seen from Anthony Richardson, and believes that the wide receivers for the Colts have the talent to have an explosive offense. (1:22:51-1:25:25) – The one o'clock hour concludes with Jimmy explaining where “Zipps” come from with Akron taking on Indiana this weekend. (1:25:25-1:51:54) – Colts beat reporter, Joel Erickson, of the Indianapolis Star joins the program to highlight the important of having a Gardner Minshew on the roster, evaluates where Richardson ranks in terms of NFL quarterbacks in getting the ball out of his hands, accesses which area of the team has surprised him the most through two weeks, and explains why he's looking forward to seeing how the offensive line holds up on Sunday. (1:51:54-2:00:35) – Jake makes Jimmy and Eddie fact check Jake on the Jeffrey Dahmer story that he told Joel to end their conversation the previous segment. After doing so, they transition back to the Colts by discussing the corner back play and questioning when they will see JuJu Brents suit up. (2:00:35-2:02:55) – Today's show ends with Jimmy sharing the JCook Plays of the Day and Jake providing an update on Anthony Richardson and Ryan Kelly.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
J-Fig joins us in Hour Tua fresh from her Bowling Tournament We go through the bag of intangible sayings Mike McDaniel gives us an update on Jaylen Waddle's concussion situation McDaniel reveals how concerned he is with QB & Center exchange We determine if we should be in panic mode over this repeating error We close the Hour out with Damage is Done!
00:00 – 14:40 – A MNF double dip, Nick Chubb's horrific injury, latest on Anthony Richardson and Ryan Kelly, timeline for Richardson to get cleared to face Ravens, Jeff Saturday back at ESPN?, does Jonathan Taylor to the Browns make any sense 14:41 – 28:52 – IndyStar Colts reporter Joel A. Erickson joins us to discuss Anthony Richardson's concussion protocol, trying to avoid Anthony Richardson falling into being just a running quarterback, what is the level of concern for back-to-back games with injuries, Jonathan Taylor video/Zach Moss' game 28:53 – 44:55 - Injury expert Will Carroll joins us to discuss the concussion to Anthony Richardson and his steps to returning to the field, thoughts on Nick Chubb and other running back injuries, Richardson self-reporting the injury, grass vs. field turfSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colts reporter James Boyd and NFL editor Jim Ayello recap the Colts' first win of the season, which ended with Anthony Richardson playing just 18 snaps due to a concussion. They also discuss the value of Gardner Minshew and Zack Moss' season debut. -Follow James on X/Twitter @RomeovilleKid -Follow Jim on X/Twitter @jimayello Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colorado narrowly beat Colorado State, showcasing their competitive edge, while the Ravens secured a win against Cincinnati, and Saquon Barkley's injury has raised questions about his return for the Giants.
(00:00-23:44) – Query & Company opens on a Victory Monday with Jake Query and Jimmy Cook sharing their thoughts on the Colts defeating the Texans yesterday, how Gardner Minshew's performance could lead to him being traded to the New York Jets with Zach Wilson struggling against the Cowboys and take a call from a listener stating the Colts need to keep Minshew around Richardson. (23:44-37:24) – Voice of the Indiana Hoosiers, Don Fischer, joins Jake and Jimmy on Query and Company to access what happened to the Hoosiers in the first half that put them behind the eight ball, explains how important it is for Tayven Jackson to go through struggles in order to improve this season, and highlights how important it is for IU to defeat Akron this weekend before the gauntlet of the Big Ten schedule. (37:24-43:54) – Jake and Jimmy wrap up the first hour with a member of the company joining the program to ask the guys if they're worried about Anthony Richardson being labeled as injury prone after three injuries in two games. (43:54-1:04:26) – Former Colts offensive lineman, Rick DeMulling, joins Query & Company to share his thoughts on the Colts win yesterday, how important it was for the Colts to get the run game going yesterday, the challenge of inserting a backup center during the game, and tries to explain what happens when a player enters the concussion protocol. (1:04:26-1:21:30) – Jake and Jimmy dive more into how the Colts should handle Anthony Richardson after suffering his first concussion in the NFL and why Jake feels like the Jets should be trading for Minshew if he performs well this week assuming Richardson misses one game. Jimmy has some reservations about Gardner Minshew though. (1:21:30-1:22:34) – The one o'clock hour concludes with Jake trying to find more information out about the Star Wars series because of Jimmy's shirt. (1:22:34-1:44:24) – Jake and Jimmy kick off the final hour of the show by taking a step back and looking at the other things that happened in the NFL. Eventually, they get back to the Colts by discussing Anthony Richardson's self-reported concussion. They guess whether they think he will play this weekend in Baltimore. (1:44:24-1:57:46) – With a handful of callers on hold, Jake and Jimmy take some calls pertaining to Sunday's game. One caller acknowledges that Minshew has value when it comes to being traded but doesn't want to see Minshew traded. Mathieu from Maine chimes in with concern of Richardson's long-term health. (1:57:46-2:01:08) – Today's show ends with Jimmy sharing the JCook Plays of the Day ahead of tonight's Monday Night Football doubleheader!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
00:00 – 15:20 – Andy is back after the birth of his son Mason, it's also Kevin's birthday, Colts beat the Texans but lose Anthony Richardson in the process 15:21 – 31:16 – Zach Moss provided a solid running game for the offense, former Colts offensive lineman Joe Reitz joins us and celebrates Kevin's birthday, loved the offensive line play, what he saw on the re-watch of the game, Richardson in concussion protocol, what should Steichen do with Richardson's playing style 31:17 – 38:06 – We take more callers who sound off on the Colts win over the Texans 38:07 – 44:09 - our G.O.A.T./goat of the weekSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Indianapolis Colts completely smothered the Houston Texans, 31-20, but they lost rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson to a concussion in the process. How did Gardner Minshew and the offense do without Richardson, and what led to the Colts' defense flustering the Texans' offense led by C.J. Stroud? Find and follow Locked On Colts on your favorite podcast platforms:
Healing from Concussions & Leaky Brain with Dr. Titus Chiu The brain is such a powerful organ but did you know that it's also the most sensitive? What does this mean for us as we seek to protect, nurture, and heal when we experience traumatic brain injuries and other neurological conditions? After suffering from a serious concussion early in his life, today's guest on the podcast was led to discover how we can heal our brains naturally. By digging into the root cause of the symptoms that present after these traumatic events and the link between our brain, heart and gut, Dr. Chiu is here to share how we can achieve optimal brain health and healing. Dr. Titus Chiu is a two-time #1 bestselling author, award-winning international speaker, and holistic brain expert who specializes in healing concussions, naturally. He has a passion for empowering health-conscious people with the knowledge, insights, and practical actions needed to heal their brains and reclaim their lives after concussion– through advanced brain testing, state-of-the-art treatment technologies, and his clinically proven concussion recovery programs. Dr. Chiu is the author of BrainSAVE! and Leaky Brain Fix. He works with patients and private clients from all over the world, both online and in-person at his holistic brain centers in California. Inside this episode: The personal story that led Dr. Titus to become a Functional Neurologist What is leaky brain? Why is it so important to brain health beyond just concussions? Is there a way to find out if you have a leaky brain? How can you fix a leaky brain? Learn more about Dr. Chiu's innovative root-cause approach to concussion care at www.brainsave.com. Are you at risk for leaky brain? Take Dr. Chiu's free quiz here: leakybrainquiz.com Connect with Dr. Chiu! Website Instagram
Player welfare has been talked about for so long. But are the rugby authorities just paying lip service? We chat to author Sam Peters about his new book Concussed: Sport's Uncomfortable Truth which gets to the bottom of the biggest issue in the game. If you want to support our man Dan Killick as he rides to Lyon for Head for Change you can do that here. https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/headforlyon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this conversation with Dr. Nyaz Didehbani, we touch on the most recent Concussion in Sport Group meeting, which took place in Amsterdam in October 2022, with the corresponding consensus statement being recently published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/127 _________________ If you'd like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Get APA-approved CE credits for listening to select episodes: www.NavNeuro.com/INS 2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 4) Check out our book Becoming a Neuropsychologist, and leave it an Amazon rating Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services. No professional relationship is formed between hosts and listeners. All content is to be used at listeners' own risk. Users should always seek appropriate medical and psychological care from their licensed healthcare provider.]
Topics covered in this episode:What creatine is and what it does in the bodyHow much creatine athletes need and when to supplementWhat types of activity are enhanced by high levels of creatine in the musclesCreatine's influence on the brain: cognition and concussion recovery Drawbacks to creatine supplementationCreatine for vegan and vegetarian athletesImportance of creatine + strength training for older athletes ASK A QUESTION FOR A FUTURE PODCASTGuest: Nicole RubensteinNicole's bio from racersedgenutrition.com: "My interest in nutrition started long before I became a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist. Growing up I was a snowboard racer on the U.S. Junior National Team and traveled the world to compete. When I left racing in 2001 I shifted my focus to nutrition and helping others. My career began in 2006 after completing my B.S. in Nutrition from Cornell University and my dietetic internship at New York Presbyterian. My foundation was diverse, working in a variety of clinical nutrition settings, a top sports nutrition practice in Manhattan, and running a private practice on Long Island. I relocated to Colorado in 2010 to continue my career and advance my skills as a sports dietitian. I enjoy working with complex sport nutrition cases (athletes with medical conditions) as well as recreational and elite athletes looking to improve performance or change body composition. I love planning my own sport nutrition too, which has been essential for strength and conditioning to stay strong and healthy during mountain bike season."Education and CredentialsBachelor's degree in Nutrition, Cornell University Master's degree in Sport Nutrition, University of ColoradoDietetic Internship, New York Presbyterian/Weil Cornell and Columbia Medical CentersCertified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD)Certified Diabetes Educator (CDCES)HostAdam Pulford has been a CTS Coach for more than 13 years and holds a B.S. in Exercise Physiology. He's participated in and coached hundreds of athletes for endurance events all around the world.Links Common Questions: https://jissn.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12970-021-00412-wLong Term Use: https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/6/1915Section 3.4 = cycling performance implicationsListen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast platformGET FREE TRAINING CONTENTJoin our weekly newsletter
Calls. Why didn't we see Joey Porter Jr. or Desmond King on Sunday? Mike Tomlin shed some confidence in a Kenny Pickett bounce back performance, but the guys, even Poni, aren't completely sold on Tomlin's answer. The guys credited Mike Tomlin for shooting down the notion that Kenny Pickett was concussed early in the game on Sunday. Chris thinks it was a way for the fans to just try and find an excuse.
Deborah Charnes, one of the first bilingual certified yoga therapists, traveled the world to learn from a diverse group of gurus how to foster optimal well-being. She vowed to never stop learning—or sharing those life lessons. Her book, “From the Boxing Ring to the Ashram,” features some of her favorite, easy and accessible tools. Deborah has lived, worked, and studied in the U.S., Latin America, and Italy. A travel blogger since the early WordPress days, she has published 500 mind/body and lifestyle articles. Purchase her book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3qVy6vJ Episode brought to you by: Integrated Brain Centers Please consider supporting the podcast for just $5 month with a Patreon membership.
On Oct 4th, we will fly to Spain! In this episode I share what our vacation will look like, things I prefer during a vacation, that I am able to travel again, what to bring on your flight & more! Download my Free eBook: "7 things that helped me the most" Follow me on Instagram (18K+ followers): @theconcussioncommunity Join The Concussion Community Waitlist: We help people with a concussion to reduce their symptoms, not feel alone & enjoy life again by providing all knowledge from 84 concussion experts & a strong community. (the doors only open a few times a year). My 2 Boost Courses: My 2 game-changers (and for many others!). Interval training & cognitive exercises specially designed for people with a concussion. Is this podcast helpful for you? You would really help me by leaving a review. The more reviews this podcast will get, the easier it is for other people to find it and to feel less alone and lost in their journey.
In this engaging podcast, we will delve into the intricacies of concussions, focusing on the distinctive aspects that set them apart from brain injuries in adults. Early identification plays a crucial role in facilitating a complete recovery from an acute concussive injury and those with a history of multiple concussions. Through this podcast, you will gain valuable insights into the signs and symptoms of concussions, equipping you with the necessary skills to identify these injuries in your young patients. We will explore the risk factors that can prolong recovery in children and adolescents, empowering you to provide targeted support and care. We will also address the challenges that may arise in the weeks and months following an acute concussive event and offer evidence-based treatment recommendations to optimize healing. Our ultimate goal is to foster a collaborative "team approach" in managing concussions, ensuring the best outcomes for our young patients. Together, we will navigate the intricacies of concussion recovery, giving you the knowledge to make a significant difference in the lives of children and adolescents.---This is episode 1 of the series: Treatment of Concussions in Children and AdolescentsIn this episode, we focus on defining concussion, causes, signs and symptoms and debunking myths associated with concussions in children and adolescents.Nurses may be able to complete an accredited CE activity featuring content from this podcast and earn CE hours provided from Elite Learning by Colibri Healthcare. For more information, click hereView Episode Show NotesView Episode TranscriptAlready an Elite Member? Login hereLearn more about CE Podcasts from Elite Learning by Colibri HealthcareView this podcast course on Elite LearningSeries: Treatment of Concussions in Children and Adolescents
In this engaging podcast, we will delve into the intricacies of concussions, focusing on the distinctive aspects that set them apart from brain injuries in adults. Early identification plays a crucial role in facilitating a complete recovery from an acute concussive injury and those with a history of multiple concussions. Through this podcast, you will gain valuable insights into the signs and symptoms of concussions, equipping you with the necessary skills to identify these injuries in your young patients. We will explore the risk factors that can prolong recovery in children and adolescents, empowering you to provide targeted support and care. We will also address the challenges that may arise in the weeks and months following an acute concussive event and offer evidence-based treatment recommendations to optimize healing. Our ultimate goal is to foster a collaborative "team approach" in managing concussions, ensuring the best outcomes for our young patients. Together, we will navigate the intricacies of concussion recovery, giving you the knowledge to make a significant difference in the lives of children and adolescents.---This is episode 2 of the series: Treatment of Concussions in Children and AdolescentsIn this episode, we continue to focus on assessment, treatment, evaluation, and what recovery from a concussive event may look like.Nurses may be able to complete an accredited CE activity featuring content from this podcast and earn CE hours provided from Elite Learning by Colibri Healthcare. For more information, click hereView Episode Show NotesView Episode TranscriptAlready an Elite Member? Login hereLearn more about CE Podcasts from Elite Learning by Colibri HealthcareView this podcast course on Elite LearningSeries: Treatment of Concussions in Children and Adolescents
There's a stereotypical depiction of concussions in movies and TV shows: someone - often an athlete, gets hit in the head, falls down, and everyone crowds around them and asks them if they know what day it is. Then, the patient, spends the next two weeks lying alone in the dark. But in recent years we have developed a new understanding about concussions -- how they happen, their severity, and how best to treat them. We hear from Dr. Bulent Omay, the Chief of Neurotrauma and Neurosurgery at the Yale School of Medicine. We also hear from a practicing physical therapist who specializes in brain injury treatment. And we learn about Concussion Box, a non-profit dedicated to supporting TBI patients. Have you ever had a concussion? How did it affect you then, and is it still impacting you today? We want to hear from you. GUESTS: Dr. Bulent Omay: Chief of Neutrotrauma at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Vanessa Cornwell Chiu: a practicing physical therapist Eliana Bloomfield: Wesleyan undergrad student and founder of ConcussionBox, a non-profit that aims to support people experiencing concussions Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Senate inquiry has been investigating concerns over concussions in professional and community sport. Its final report has called for a national strategy and for government to take a greater hand in addressing the issue.
When you're watching sport on a weekend, whether at a professional, amateur or even school level, you'll always hear the crowd gasp if a player takes a blow to the head. We know it's not good for the brain, especially a child's, but do we really understand the extent of the damage it can cause? This week a Senate committee recommended a national strategy to reduce concussion in sport. Today, we speak to former AFL player Shaun Smith who has probable CTE, a brain disorder caused by repeated head knocks, and neuroscientist Dr Fatima Nasrallah about how we could make sport much safer. Featured: Shaun Smith, former AFL player Dr Fatima Nasrallah, neuroscientist at the Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland.
Player concussion is common in football, ice hockey, and other collision sports. Could this lead to Parkinson's disease and other neural diseases in later life? On Vital Signs, host Brendon Fallon asks (unaffiliated) neuro-trauma consultant for the NFL, Dr. Barry Jordan MD, about the dangers of tackle football. Dr. Jordan is also a team physician for boxing USA. The potential for football-player concussion to cause brain trauma has long been known. However, a recent Boston University study may be the first to indicate a significant link between playing tackle football and developing Parkinson's disease. How effective have recent measures to improve player safety been? What can be done to protect children who play collision sports, like football, ice hockey, and soccer? And when serious injury does occur, what steps can be taken to minimize the damage? Regenerative medicine specialist Dr. Damon Noto MD explains the potential of regenerative medicine, like stem cell and exosome treatments, to buffer against brain damage. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Mike Krukow joins Murph & Mac following the Giants shootout loss in Chicago. Patrick Bailey's concussion, an opportunity for Joey Bart, Alex Wood, and more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Krukow joins Murph & Mac following the Giants shootout loss in Chicago. Patrick Bailey's concussion, an opportunity for Joey Bart, Alex Wood, and more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This month for the September 2023 episode of the RCEM Learning Podcast we've got a New in EM segment looking at the SQUID protocol for DKA. We then move from last month's discussion on Head Injuries and move to Concussion and speak to two experts on the topic and how we can improve our management of this underdiagnosed condition. We then have a discussion with Dan Horner discussing the physiologically difficult airway and we then end with New Online. If you'd like to email us, please feel free to do so here. (02:30) New in EM - The SQUID Protocol for DKA The SQuID protocol (subcutaneous insulin in diabetic ketoacidosis) - Impacts on ED operational metrics (Griffey et al., 2022) (13:54) Adam White and Nathan Howarth - Concussion Concussion Legacy Foundation Consensus statement on concussion in sport: the 6th International Conference on Concussion in Sport–Amsterdam, October 2022 (52:38) Daniel Horner - The Physiologically Difficult Airway St. Emlyn's - The Physiologically Difficult Airway The TEAM Course (01:25:13) New Online – new articles on RCEMLearning for your CPD Olivia Villegas and Ines Corcuerra – Public Health in the ED Series #1 Gavin Lloyd - Thoracic Trauma RCEMLearning – Curriculum Cup (Cardiology)
The Cleveland Browns began practices for week one of their season against the Cincinnati Bengals, however Denzel Ward remains in the concussion protocol. Denzel has missed time during his career but when he is on the field he is one of top corner backs in the league. If Ward can't go it will be interesting to see what Jim Schwartz's plan of attack will be at the corner position, does Newsome remain outside? Cam Mitchell, Kahel Hailassie, and AJ Green would figure to play a lot more than expected. The Bengals are debuting two new safety's and have their top corner back returning from an ACL injury. Deshaun Watson and the offense should be in attack mode vertically. #Dawgpound #Browns Harry's Get your best shave ever this summer with Harry's razors and skin care products. Get a $13 Starter Set for just $3 at harrys.com/NFL. PrizePicks Go to PrizePicks.com/LOCKEDONNFL and use code LOCKEDONNFL for a first deposit match up to $100! Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONNFL for $20 off your first purchase. Last minute tickets. Lowest Price. Guaranteed. Nutrafol Take the first step to visibly thicker, healthier hair. For a limited time, Nutrafol is offering our listeners ten dollars off your first month's subscription and free shipping when you go to Nutrafol.com/men and enter the promo code LOCKEDONMLB. birddogs Go to birddogs.com/LOCKEDONNFL or enter promo code LOCKEDONNFL for a water bottle with any order. You won't want to take your birddogs off we promise you. eBay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNFL. Terms and conditions apply. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Right now, NEW customers can bet FIVE DOLLARS and get TWO HUNDRED in BONUS BETS – GUARANTEED. Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ethan was facing a mathematical equation of 99% of death vs 1% of life with a high-risk surgery at Lancaster General Hospital. Ethan woke up and was declared a walking living miracle. Ethan graduated from Harrisburg Area Community College & Millersville University with a bachelor's degree in Speech Communications. He received two Pennsylvania Commonwealth Citations, from Lancaster City Officials. He was Featured Front page of the Lancaster Newspaper (LNP), Inspirational story on WGAL TV, Millersville University the Snapper Newspaper, & The Southeast Times Newspaper of Lancaster, Pa, WiTF radio of Harrisburg, Pa. Ethan is the CEO & Founder of Ethan A. Poetic,LLC to empower people towards overcoming their adversities & hardships. He's currently a keynote speaker, life coach, Two-time college graduate, Self-Published Author, & former member of the International Lions Club. His Autobiography is titled "The Inspirational Story of Ethan A. Poetic: Chronicles of Adversities, Education, Sports, Relationships, & Resiliency." https://ethanspeaks.com/ Purchase his book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3Pm4C3k Episode brought to you by: Integrated Brain Centers Please consider supporting the podcast for just $5 month with a Patreon membership.
Sandeep Vaishnavi, MD, PhD, is President of the Center for Neuropsychiatry and Brain Stimulation (CNBS) . He trained at Duke and Johns Hopkins Universities and remains actively connected to both. He is a best-selling author of The Traumatized Brain: A Family Guide to Understanding Mood, Memory, and Behavior after Brain Injury. His newest book, released this year, is Healing the Traumatized Brain: Coping after Concussion and Other Brain Injuries.
Following last week's episode featuring the first half of my conversation on The Concussion Coach podcast, we continue the conversation in part 2.. Hosted by neurological Occupational Therapist and certified life coach Bethany Lewis, we dive into the importance of the nervous system, techniques for calming and relaxation, and the significance of self-compassion and tracking progress during recovery.In this part of the conversation we discuss the importance of self-awareness when dealing with dysregulation and the need for repeated practice to build resilience. We also talk about strategies to promote relaxation and regulation, such as the "rag doll" technique and physical activities. We'll also talk about the function of the vagus nerve, and the concept of recovery as an opportunity for growth.This is an enlightening conversation—don't miss it!Links:Cognitive FXAndrew Huberman's researchResources:The "Memory Matters" course---in the end, our memories are really all we are ever left with, so protect them.The Advanced Nervous System Resilience training! It's all things nervous system, personally and professionally, and how to integrate it in your coaching.My video series, "The 30 Second Burnout Solution", a resource I created to help those dealing with stress and burnout---particularly compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress.You can reach Bethany Lewis at theconcussioncoach.comVisit me on Facebook or Instagram. You can also find me on my website and book a mini session with me! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today's Episode Dr. Raj talks with Dr. Khankhanian about how Chiropractic and Neurology have intertwined in his medical practice, the unique challenges that come up with each phenotype of concussion, and how holistic and Western medicine coexist in his own practice to find non-traditional ways of treating Post-Concussion Syndrome. Today's Guest Dr. Joseph Khankhanian was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, where he completed and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology/BioEthics from American Jewish University. Dr. Khankhanian has always been passionate about natural medicine and holistic approaches to managing health. This is why he decided to continue his education and complete his graduate studies at Life Chiropractic College West in the San Francisco Bay Area. There, he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic and decided to continue his postdoctoral studies at the Carrick Institute. He further specialized in Clinical Neuroscience and received his Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB). He has taken over 400 hours of coursework on neurological rehabilitation and Functional Medicine/Nutrition, and is currently in pursuit of a Fellowship in Clinical Neurochemistry and Nutrition (FABNN). With his extensive doctorate and post-doctorate training, Dr. Khankhanian has helped many patients return to or find their optimal selves without drugs or surgery. He has worked through many challenging cases and has achieved remarkable results with his patients. He specializes in Traumatic Brain Injury, Migraines & Headaches, Dizziness & Vertigo, Developmental Disorders, Chronic Pain, and Autoimmune & Metabolic Illnesses. As a "Root Cause" clinician, his only goal is to help his patients find the source of their issues and to fix it permanently. Every patient is unique, and by using the latest research-grade technology, he is able to create a care plan that is tailored to each patient. Instead of taking the batteries out of the smoke alarm, Dr. Khankhanian looks to put out the fire. Dr. Khankhanian's core belief is that holistic care is the future of medicine. His mission is to share his knowledge and practices of this life changing medicine with his patients. When he's not in the office, Dr. Khankhanian enjoys playing golf, singing, riding bikes, watching NBA, playing board games, and working out. He loves dogs and has a Maltipoo of his own named Oscar. About Dr. Raj Dr Raj is a quadruple board-certified physician and associate professor at the University of Southern California. He was a co-host on the TNT series Chasing the Cure with Ann Curry, a regular on the TV Show The Doctors for the past 7 seasons and has a weekly medical segment on ABC news Los Angeles. Want more Dr. Raj? Check out the Beyond the Pearls lecture series! The Ultimate High Yield Bundle: The complete review of high-yield clinical medicine topics necessary for graduate medical education board exams including NBME, USMLE Steps 1/2/3, ITE and ABIM Boards. You can also listen to the Beyond the Pearls podcast. Check out our other shows: Physiology by Physeo Step 1 Success Stories The InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast The InsideTheBoards Podcast Produced by Ars Longa Media To learn more about us and this podcast, visit arslonga.media. You can leave feedback or suggestions at arslonga.media/contact or by emailing email@example.com. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan and Erin McCue. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional or medical advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Elizabeth (“Liz”) Barbin is a Speech-Language Pathologist at Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital Network's Portsmouth, NH location. Since joining the organization nearly 10 years ago, she has helped thousands of individuals who have experienced changes in their voice, speech, language, cognition and swallowing as a result of an acute acquired brain injury due to traumatic and non-traumatic causes as well as progressive neurodegenerative conditions such as Parkinson's Disease. Liz provides custom care for each individual based on their unique circumstances. She is a contributing member of the organization's Stroke Core Team and was the lead facilitator for the hospital's stroke support group for more than five years. Liz earned her Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of New Hampshire, is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and is a registered Modified Barium Swallow Study clinician (MBSImP). Before finding her way to Speech Therapy, she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from The Hartt School of Music-University of Hartford. https://www.northeastrehab.com Episode brought to you by Integrated Brain Centers Please consider supporting the podcast for $5 a month with a Patreon membership
Ben Frederick created the Small Monsters Project which aims to destimatize mentall health by investing in traumatic brain injury education and recovery. This episode is brought to you by 3 Month 100% Made for You Training Plans by Consummate Athlete - These popular plans are made from scratch for you to fit your goals, your schedule, your gear, and your goals. https://consummateathlete.com/training-plans/ Download or find links in your favorite Podcast App (remember to rate and review!) https://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/consummateathlete Show Notes Small Monsters Project - https://www.thesmallmonstersproject.com/ Check out our post on the different ways to get coaching and/or feedback for your cyclocross training and racing 3 Month Made for you Training Plan from Consummate Athlete Parachute Canada concussion resources Rowan's Law Canada Our post on Concussion in Cycling Conor C Collins on Concussion treatment - Podcast Links to Our Article Archive & Services: ConsummateAthlete.com SUPPORT THE SHOW WHILE YOU SHOP: https://amzn.to/3Aej4jl to shop amazon Subscribe to our Newsletter the latest podcast, articles and bike skills information each Monday Book a Call to Discuss Your Training - https://calendly.com/smartathlete Books By Molly Hurford https://amzn.to/3bOztkN Get The Consummate Athlete Book - LINK Follow The Consummate Athlete on Twitter and Instagram and Facebook Follow Molly Hurford on Twitter and on Instagram Follow Peter Glassford Follow @PeterGlassford on Instagram and Twitter Past guests Include: Stacy Sims, Stephen Seiler, Simon Marshall, Frank Overton, Dean Golich, Joe Friel, Marco Altini Katerina Nash, Geoff Kabush, Ellen Noble, Phil Gaimon, David Roche, Matt Fitzgerald, Dr. Marc Bubbs, Christopher McDougall, Rebecca Rusch, Kate Courtney, David Epstein and many more
Nick and Dustin talk about Denzel Ward being in concussion protocol once again, Lindsay Rhodes joins the show and talk about the answers we need from this Browns team.
Youth Sports Safety is Jim Mackies passion project. With over 50 years working as an AT, he can sit back and turn the profession over to the younger crowd, but instead, he continues to give time and effort to help improve healthcare for all athletes Mr. Mackie have you ever had to perform CPR? Had a coach drop dead on the goal line after a game. As I am headed that way I see the firetruck pulling out, and this was before we AEDs readily available. Jim, What is happening in Youth Sports Safety? Florida is # 1 in sport safety but much to be done. Laws re Concussion, CWI, AED, EAP, etc. but much education and compliance are needed. There are a lot of causes or task forces, why did you choose Youth Sports Safety? Obviously, there was a big void legislatively & in the knowledge base. Allows me to put many years of experience back into the community to advocate and educate. Where is it headed? Progress is being made but we have to see more implementation of best practices done consistently. With many schools without an AT there requires more district education, especially in our rural communities. What roadblocks are we seeing? Resistance and slow to change the culture, especially in youth leagues. Many are volunteer-driven and they rely on what their personal experience was and not best practices as well as the effort it takes to implement. We have discussed social media a lot recently, what role does it play in Youth Sports Safety? Podcasts can help to educate and influence the public. They see a lot of situations that happen and yet are dismissed or diminished in a 24-hour news cycle. Youth Sports Safety Podcast - tell me about that. Started in 2021 We have been opportunistic and gotten some really high-profile doctors and Athletic Trainers. Call to action: Take the time to educate kids, parents, and coaches on the best practices. Raise the expectations of those you entrust your child to at their sports venue. Take the steps to create a venue-specific EAP, learn CPR, have AEDs accessible everywhere, and connect with an AT. Jim Mackie - firstname.lastname@example.org JAXSMP.com ATSJAX.com
The impact of mild traumatic brain injury extends far beyond the gridiron – concussions can happen anywhere, including playing fields, bike paths, and war zones. Kenneth Kutner, PhD, who specializes in head injuries and has been the team neuropsychologist for the New York Giants for 30 seasons, joins us to talk about what the latest research has revealed about concussion and how it affects physical health and cognitive function. From the military to the NFL, and even in the corporate boardroom, this invisible injury is finally emerging from the shadows. Plus… why don't woodpeckers get concussions?
Our resident podcast hosts were feeling indecisive between a quick take or a regular episode- so why choose? This week, we're catching up on minor head traumas and childhood memories before diving into A24's latest horror, Talk to Me. Youtubers Danny and Michael Philippou's terrifying directorial debut gives us everything from complex relationships to nightmare fueling scares, but we want to know what you think. Would you talk to the hand? --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/watch-with-sound/support
#concussions #traumaticbraininjury #neurofeedbacktherapy #eeg #neurofeedback #rebeccabassham #jaygunkelman #drmariswingle Rebecca Bassham BS, RT, BCN, QEEG-T Owner Edge NeuroFitness http://www.edgeneurofitness.com/ joins Jay Gunkelman the man who has read well over 500,000 brain scans, Dr. Mari Swingle the author of iMinds http://www.drmariswingle.com/about-dr-mari/ and Pete Jansons on the NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback Podcast to give us an update on what she has been working on since we last saw her at the Suisun City Neurofeedback Summit in 2022. There are seats left to this years Suisun Summit https://greymattersneurofeedback.com/suisun-summit/ Key Moments: 0:00 0:30 Pre Show 4:32 Show Start 5:46 Jay Gunkelman 6:40 Rebecca Bassham background 10:20 Equestrian Head Injury 13:50 Ex Football Players Brain Injuries 16:06 Deceleration Concussion 16:36 Kirk Cousins 17:00 Jay Gunkelman Extreme Concussion 19:50 Edema Cell Death 20:49 Bob Thatcher 23:20 Coup Contracoup brain injury 26:15 15 years down the line? 27:26 Rebecca Brain Example 28:42 Dr Mari on Women Soccer brain injuries 34:00 How soon should you train a brain injury? 38:00 Training BAMA??? 39:54 Diodes 40:40 Kemo Fog 41:49 Rebecca Screen Share 42:35 Female injuries in sports 46:15 EEG 48:50 Harm Reduction 51:10 If EEG recording were free how should athletes use them 55:30 Excessive Delta 57:10 Glial Cells Angels and the Assassins 1:02:00 Suisun City Summit info Dirk Deridder 1:05:40 Rebecca Bassham Contact info http://www.edgeneurofitness.com/contact/ 1280 S. Victoria Ave. Suite 125 Ventura CA 93003 Tel: 928.486.5414 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/neuronoodle/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/neuronoodle/support
In this special episode of Building Resilience, you're going to hear Part 1 of my conversation with Bethany Lewis that was on her podcast The Concussion Coach. Bethany is a neurological Occupational Therapist and a certified life coach. We delve into the world of concussions, trauma, and nervous system resilience.From understanding the roles of Team Hyper and Team Hypo, to diving into the five crucial pillars for healing and growth, we'll take a journey that combines science, mindfulness, and real-life insights. We talk about how to grow your 'zone of safety,' deal with stress, and emerge stronger.Whether you're recovering from physical injuries or just seeking ways to strengthen your mental resilience, this episode promises a wealth of wisdom. Links/Past EpisodesCognitive FXAndrew Huberman's researchResources:The "Memory Matters" course---in the end, our memories are really all we are ever left with, so protect them.The Advanced Nervous System Resilience training! It's all things nervous system, personally and professionally, and how to integrate it in your coaching.My video series, "The 30 Second Burnout Solution", a resource I created to help those dealing with stress and burnout---particularly compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress.You can reach Bethany Lewis at https://theconcussioncoach.com/ Visit me on Facebook or Instagram. You can also find me on my website and book a mini session with me! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Cast:Dr. Tara Egan - hostAnna- teen co-hostMelanie Berry, MS, BCB-F, BCN, qEEG-D, FAIS - guest expertOur brains are incredibly adaptable. We are creating new neuropathways each day via learning and processing of information. With ADHD, anxiety, concussion, sleep issues, etc., healthier patterns need to be learned. Neurofeedback is one option to harnesses the brain's natural ability to change, to retrain your brain.This episode, Tara and Anna welcome guest expert, Melanie Berry, the Founder and Clinical Director of the Carolina's Biofeedback Clinic to discuss neurofeedback as an option for kids (and adults of course).Tune in to learn:What is neurofeedback? What does the process look and feel like? What type of conditions/symptoms does it treat?What type of data collection/tools do you use to determine where symptoms originate from? How do you create a plan to create healthier brain patterns in individuals? How do I know if my child is a good candidate for neurofeedback?How do I find a clinician who is trained in neurofeedback?To learn more about Melanie and her services at Carolina's Biofeedback Clinic, https://www.cbfclinic.com/Any questions you have for Tara? Connect with her at any of the options below!Website - To learn more about Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and coaching/consultation services, Go HERE.Facebook - learn more HERE.YouTube - learn more HERE.Instagram - learn more HERE.Podcast edited by Christian Fox
Do you ever wonder how your brain works? In this episode, we have the privilege of hosting Neurotherapist Dr. Andrew Hill, who graciously guides us through an exploration of cerebral operations. Following our participation in Quantitative EEG "brain mapping," we had the opportunity to interpret the ensuing data in real time during the podcast. Our analysis delves into an array of brain patterns, connections, and states of neural activity. Notably, several of these revelations unveil significant correlations with the daily-life symptoms I encounter and even extend to my athletic performance, all without any prior interaction with Dr. Hill. Our discussion extends to the impact of brain injuries on function, alongside an examination of how brain mapping holds promise for forthcoming athletes. We conclude by addressing pivotal lifestyle factors poised to enhance cognitive capabilities. Episode Overview: 1:14 Understanding The Tests Of My Brain 3:39 Interpreting My Results - Performance 6:22 My Brain Patterns and Brain Waves 16:55 Why Connor Might Have Brain Fog 18:55 Being Tired Wired and Sleep 27:05 Acquired Vs Learned Brain 33:05 How Brain Mapping Could Help Future Athletes 48:19 Lifestyle Factors To Boost Results 58:52 Conclusion Connect With Peak Brain Institute at https://peakbraininstitute.com/ To purchase my favorite Designs For Sport supplements visit www.connorcarrick.com TOLOS BAREFOOT SHOES - Use Code “CC” for 10% Off Your Order - https://weartolos.com/ Follow Connor's Instagram or Twitter Visit our YouTube for additional content
After I hit my head on the beach in early June, I went into a downward spiral of debilitating symptoms that I initially attributed to hormonal imbalances. But it kept getting worse until eventually, my brain started shutting down and I had to check myself into the ER. Little did I know, I was suffering from a condition called post concussion syndrome and it was literally making everything impossible (I even had to postpone several podcast episodes and stop working). Catch this week's podcast for a MAJOR health update–and learn: What happened and why it's such a HUGE a wake-up call Which brain protocol I'm using and how it could help you, too The best supplements, therapies, and diets for your brain How my hormones factored in and what to know about yours Details about my NEW podcast format And more! Mentioned in this Episode: F-R-E-E Masterclass – How to Overcome Estrogen Dominance at Any Age Neuro+ Support – My powerhouse formula for boosting brainpower and preventing age-related cognitive decline. Progest-Restore – The easiest natural way to boost progesterone levels FAST. Magnesium Restore – My best-kept secret to staying young, smart, strong, healthy, and energized. Additional Resources: The Connection Between Hormones and Brain Fog 5 Ways to Protect Your Brain Health and Keep Your Thinking Sharp How to Pivot in Perimenopause to Boost Energy, Metabolism and Brainpower 6 Powerful Ways to Keep Your Brain Young and Clear