More sad but unsurprising news from the realm of football concussion, with reports that AFLW player Heather Anderson has been dubbed as the first female athlete to be diagnosed with CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy). CTE is a brain disorder linked to repeated head injuries. In a succinct definition by the Mayo Clinic, CTE gets worse […]
I am heartened to learn of a concussion awareness intiative of Macquarie University and the Australian Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Biobank, in partnership with Sydney FC, called The Concussion Big 5. As I have been writing about for a long time, Macquarie University rightly points out that, “concussion is a common cause of hospitalisation in athletes […]
If you’re a practitioner wanting to achieve improve your clinical care of dizzy patients through better clinical protocols and guidance from the world’s top faculty in their areas of expertise, the International Online Vestibular Diploma is for you. I know because I’m one of the 50+ international speakers who will be lecturing as part of […]
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BÃ¡rÃ¡ny Society 2018 Breakfast Seminar, June 12 This video has been set to commence with the talk titled “Vestibular Impairment in Children with Hearing Loss: Bearing a Load”, presented by Sharon Cushing, MD MSc, FRCSC