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What’s New in Concussion Care – An Update to Concussion Management Guidelines

  Every 4 years since 2001, the Concussion in Sport Group, a group of researchers, clinicians and experts in the concussion world, gathers to review the most recent evidence and create what is called a consensus statement for concussion management. This statement, usually known as the consensus guidelines, forms the basis and framework for evidence-based concussion management. In this article we...

What is Neurological Rehab and How Can It Help Me?

  What is Neurological rehabilitation? Neurological rehabilitation is a type of physical therapy aimed at improving the mobility, independence and physical and motor functions of individuals who have suffered from a neurological injury or condition such as a stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, Guillaine-Barré Syndrome and more. What are neurological physiotherapists? Neurological physiotherapists are physiotherapists who specialise in the treatment and management of...

COVID-19, Dizziness & Vertigo – What’s the link, and what to do?

  We have all been living with COVID-19 since March 2019. In the time since then, what we know about the virus, its method of transmission and symptoms has been changing, seemingly day to day. Initially, we were told that the hallmark symptoms of COVID-19 infection were loss of smell or taste, along with typical respiratory virus symptoms (cough, congestion, etc.)....

PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR THE NEWBORN : WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO SEE A PHYSIOTHERAPIST?

As a new parent, you probably have lots of information about what your baby should be doing, how they should be developing, and how you can be helping to stimulate their growth. You may not know about the difficulties he or she may encounter after birth regarding sleep, feeding, carrying, motor development or language, etc.  The goal of this article is...

Think you might have a concussion?

HERE’S HOW TO TELL, AND WHAT TO DO NEXT March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, and there is no better way to mark the occasion than by helping to share knowledge about concussions, how they can happen, and how to recognize if you have one. What is a concussion? According to the Concussion in Sport Consensus Guidelines, concussion: may be caused either by a...

How Physiotherapy can treat plagiocephaly

What is Plagiocephaly? Positional or deformational plagiocephaly is a deformation of the bones of the skull resulting in asymmetry or flattening of the head. Plagiocephaly, commonly known as flat-head syndrome, is a common infant condition affecting up to 20% of infants. While many cases of plagiocephaly resolve by the age of 4 years old, physiotherapy treatment has been shown to be helpful...

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