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NATA Membership Appreciation Week - Thank you to all Athletic Trainers!

In honor of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Membership Appreciation Week, we are offering a Premium Pass to the 2020 Virtual Concussion Health Summit for only $45 (savings of $145) you’ll get a FREE ticket to the 2021 Concussion Health Summit! Click here to get instant...

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An Interactive Masterclass and Discussion on Visually Induced Dizziness (ViD)

Join us for an interactive masterclass and discussion on Visually Induced Dizziness (ViD)! This free masterclass has one goal in mind:To create an interactive discussion on ViD/VIMS through a 3 lesson series and a live coaching call that will help answer your questions while also sharing ideas...

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Concussion Clinical Profiles Screening (CP-Screen)

A concussion is defined as a complex pathological process affecting the brain, induced by mechanical forces. As emphasized by key opinion leaders throughout the Concussion Health Summit, the effects and recovery of a concussion are not only unique between individuals but even differ among the...

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Concussion Health Summit Giveaways

Thank you to our Concussion Health Summit Sponsors! We are so grateful for the support of sponsors. Their support helps us, at 360 Neuro Health, improve the quality of our events. The summit was and continues to be a success! SENAPTEC STROBE ($299 Value) The Senaptec Strobe is designed to...

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Drs. Mark Lovell and John Leddy kick off Concussion Summit

Mark Lovell, PhD, ABN, FACPN and John Leddy, MD, FACSM, FACP kick off the Summit with Historical Perspective on Concussion and Prescribing Aerobic Exercise for Sport-Related Concussion. The 2020 Virtual Concussion Health Summit delivers a unique opportunity for you to connect with world-renowned...

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Recommended Apps for Optokinetic Training

During Dr. Whitney's Q&A session at the Vestibular Health Summit, she addressed a handful of thought-provoking questions from our attendees. Below is a clip of Dr. Whitney's recommendations on what apps she uses for optokinetic training, as well as a short clip of Dr. Shin Beh addressing PPPD...

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Using Virtual Reality as a Tool for Rehab

Two trending questions from one of the Virtual Vestibular Health Summit's Q&A Sessions is: When using virtual reality as a tool for rehab, is there a difference in what piece of equipment you use? When using head mounted display, is there a difference between males and females? What...

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Home Program - Motion Sensitivity

Please note: Vestibular exercises should be customized to each individual. This is a sample video given to a patient with motion sensitivity as part of their home program. This video should not be performed without guidance from a skilled clinician with experience in visually induced...

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Vestibular Rehab in Patients with Motion Sensitivity

If you are seeing patients with vestibular disorders, it’s likely you have patients with motion sensitivity. There are two types of motion sensitivity: (1) visually induced dizziness (AKA Visual Vertigo) and (2) true motion sickness. Visually induced Dizziness (ViD) is when a person experiences...

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What is Apogeotropic PC BPPV?

Atypical BPPV is one of the types being sometimes called ageotropic or apogeotropic posterior canal BPPV. This is a confusing type of BPPV because the otoliths are located in the non-ampullary side of the posterior canal. This creates an opposite nystagmus than that which is seen in a more...

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