Do we have a concussion problem? Or, do we have a concussion management problem?
Dr. Marshall covered the following topics during the two-part podcast series:
- Pathophysiology of Acute Concussion: What happens inside the brain? What are some of the physiological, emotional and psychological challenges for concussion patients?
- Biomechanics of Injury: What are the implications on neural tissue and the cervical spine?
- Concussion Management: Are there treatment and rehabilitative options available? What does the research show? What is the role of exercise therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, visual therapy and manual therapy? How can these support concussion recovery?
- The Role of Physical Therapists in Concussion Management: How can these licensed healthcare professionals utilize their educational and professionals skills to support concussion management?
For the complete interview and discussion, listen below!
About The Movement Docs
The Movement Docs is a podcast by Physical Therapy and Athletic Training students for all students and clinicians in the rehab fields. Though our foundations lie in rehab, strength training and sports performance, we will cover a wide variety of topics geared toward clinical, and personal growth.
About Dr. Cameron Marshall
Dr. Cameron Marshall is a Doctor of Chiropractic and sports injury specialist who holds a Fellowship through the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences in Canada. Dr. Marshall’s primary research and clinic practice focuses on evidence-based treatment and management of concussion and post-concussion syndrome. He serves as a board member for Brain Injury Canada and is the founder, current president, and director of research at Complete Concussion Management, a global network of concussion management and rehabilitation facilities.