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Concussion Talk Podcasts will feature interviews with; doctors, physiotherapists, who work in the field of concussion and brain injury, others in the medical field, athletes, trainers, coaches, others in sport, athletics and exercise (such as Pilates, Yoga, and other exercise instructors), and community brain injury and concussion groups, and others!
 
Concussions are invisible and so is post-concussion syndrome. The Post Concussion Podcast digs down into the realities of living with concussions and what it’s like when things don’t go back to normal. Get the truth about what it’s like to be around someone with a concussion and what it’s like to have one. Not just for individuals with concussions but for parents, friends, siblings, coaches, and everyone else who wants to understand more. Join your host Bella Paige an athlete, daughter, sist ...
 
The Concussion Experience podcast shares the real life stories of Concussion Advocates whose lives have been directly impacted as a result of the brain injury they sustained. These inspiring individuals come from all different walks of life and became Concussion Advocates for the purpose of helping others that might be experiencing the same challenges they faced during the recovery process. Whether it be from the lack of education and resources available, to the mental health complications t ...
 
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Sharing Experiences with Concussion/TBI is an experience driven, multi-media podcast series that seeks to educate, support and spread awareness on the many facets of Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injuries. By combining the strengths of the Headsup Concussion Advocacy Network, the Ontario Brain Injury Association and the former Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation we have created a 7-part podcast series focused on understanding the lived experience of concussion/TBI. This series facilitates an env ...
 
Ask Concussion Doc is a show where we answer your questions about concussions, treatment and rehabilitation to raise awareness, educate, and help patients, athletes and practitioners better manage these injuries. For more information about Complete Concussion Management, visit www.CompleteConcussions.com DISCLAIMER This is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of doctors and/or healthcare professionals. Patients should consult their physician and/or healthcare providers in matt ...
 
Headaches. Light and sound sensitivity. Dizziness and confusion. Mood swings, even suicidal tendencies. These are the experiences of many concussion survivors and just some of the many issues Cindy Sue Bezas, M.S. has experienced as a multi-concussion survivor. Her passion now is researching the latest information on concussions and bringing hope to concussion survivors and their families. Why? Because what people don’t know about concussions surprisingly can kill them. In this podcast, Conc ...
 
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🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
Four years ago, Richard Ulvild found himself recovering both physically and mentally from a concussion that had resulted from a serious car accident. It was a new reality, one they had he had never faced before, and his road to recovery was an uncertain one. What significantly helped him along the way was sharing his struggles with others, as well …
 
The Newfoundland and Labrador Brain Injury Association (NLBIA) has a new Coordinator of Programs & Services. On episode 98, I talk to Cassandra Stockley about her new role and what she has planned for the NLBIA. Please join me in welcoming Cassandra!Par Nick Mercer
 
Jill Wheatley was a sport teacher who's life changed drastically after sustaining a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). After receiving a misdiagnosis at the beginning of her injury, things took a turn for the worse and her symptoms become more challenging and would lead to serious mental health complications as a result. The recovery seemed insurmountab…
 
In this episode of Concussion Stories by Lifeyana, Bella Paige shares her concussion story with Melanie. She clearly describes the absence of mental health in the concussion care system and what fear of injury and withdrawing from the things she loved did with her. Also, she tells the beautiful story of bouncing back from depression, now helping ot…
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
Dealing with the physical challenges you may face as the result of a head injury is one thing, grieving who you were before your injury is another. Today we talk to Madison Thacker who was a passionate soccer player in high school until her third concussion ended her career. Her injuries inspired her to chase a career in journalism in order to give…
 
The Concussion Experience podcast shares the real life stories of Concussion Advocates whose lives have been directly impacted as a result of the brain injury they sustained. These inspiring individuals come from all different walks of life and became Concussion Advocates for the purpose of helping others that might be experiencing the same challen…
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
For many of us who have suffered brain injuries, overcoming the feeling of wanting to be who you were before your concussion can be a real challenge and strain on your mental health. Today’s guest Diane Grimard Wilson has discovered that the best way to deal with this is to stay in the moment. Diane is a peak performance coach, a licensed clinical …
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
Sometimes concussions seem to heal quickly. Other times the situation can be very different, like with today’s guest Madison Isaac. Once her headache started, it stayed. So how does one go through school with a daily headache? Listen in today to hear about how this inspiring young individual keeps her head up while facing concussion challenges and …
 
Care for concussion patients in hospitals and clinics has improved dramatically with the intervention of the many different health/medical technologies available to doctors, researchers, physiotherapists and any practitioner. The importance of technology to the advancement of medical science and practice cannot be over-stated. In this episode, I am…
 
In this episode of Concussions Stories, Melanie talks about the classic advice to take rest. Where does the advice of rest really come from? She helps you choose for yourself whether this advice is working for you - or that you need something else. And what is that? Listen to this episode to find out!…
 
Today's episode is a special episode due to the excitement of reaching 30 episodes! This episode is a combination of all 30 guests and your host Bella Paige's favourite advice from each of them. Don't miss out on this special episode full of great advice! Find Show Notes, & More: https://postconcussioninc.com/podcast Support the Podcast! If you lov…
 
Changes to vision is are some of the most noticeable effects of a brain injury/concussion. Perhaps ironically, I almost fail to notice my own double vision, yet it undoubtedly has a profound effect on my daily life, from balance to reading and much more. Luckily for me, Dr. Sarah Hutchens and Vision Therapist Kara Osmond are in my city at Vision De…
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
“Jamie is never going to live independently, she’s never going to recover fully, she won’t ski again, she probably won’t even walk again.” This is what doctors told the family of skier Jamie MoCrazy who suffered a life-threatening brain injury while performing a double flat spin during the 2015 World Tour Finals. Jamie was in a coma for 10 days. Wh…
 
We are always reminded that we need to be getting the right nutrition, exercising, getting enough sleep, and doing things to aid our physical health, but what about our cognitive health? Today we are joined by Joshua Campbell and Dianne Solano to discuss their unique six-minute-a-day brain workout program CTS90. Josh is a forensic investigator and …
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
In this episode of Concussion Stories, Melanie talks about the worry of never recovering. Take 3 actionable steps to get positive action. Links: https://www.lifeyana.com/brain-foods-to-support-concussion-recovery/ https://www.lifeyana.com/optimize-your-energy-levels-for-concussion-recovery/Par Lifeyana
 
Once you have experienced a concussion, it’s often hard to plan ahead. You can’t always foresee what will trigger the onset of symptoms and it can leave you feeling out of control. Today’s guest Sara Stein joins us to talk about finding your flow post-concussion. Sara was a very physically active, extroverted mom of two before she suffered her thir…
 
Laura Langer is a lead author of the KITE Research Institute study that developed the Concussion Calculator. KITE (Knowledge Innovation Talent Everywhere) is the research arm of Toronto Rehab Institute of UHN (University Health Network). Laura talks about the Calculator, who it’s for, how it is meant to be used, the research behind it (including th…
 
In this episode of Concussion Stories by Lifeyana, Wendy Smeets and Melanie talk about the struggle of having an invisible illness (post-concussion syndrome) and the difficult combination of TBI with PTSD. Also, they cover topics such as forgiveness, recovery and finding joy in life again.Par Lifeyana
 
The role of community in healing is essential. Our guest, Eva Shaw, has found comfort and validation in both the digital and in-person community on her journey of recovery. In today’s episode, she shares her history of multiple concussions and tells us about the various tools and structures that she has found beneficial along the way. Eva tells us …
 
The legacy of head injuries that occur at a young age can be a constant challenge to accept and live with. Our guest today is Elizabeth Riley, who is a certified pharmacy technician, and she is all-too-familiar with this reality, having experienced two head traumas in her infancy that continue to impact her life and memory. We get to hear the detai…
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
If you struggle to say no, this one’s for you! Today’s guest, Patricia Grotenhuis, is a sixth-generation farmer. She works alongside her husband on their dairy farm every day and they enjoy sharing that life with their four active boys. Needless to say, she has her hands full, especially on the back of a global pandemic. In today’s episode, she tel…
 
Elisa has been living with PCS for the past 5 years due to a wrong-place-wrong-time accident with a tennis ball. During the pandemic, she started blogging in the hopes of encouraging and educating others with her story.Concussion Chats is a podcast hosted by the McGill Students for the Concussion Legacy Foundation, with the help of Nick from Concus…
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 *United States ONLY* 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researche…
 
Regaining your balance after sustaining a concussion can be a huge challenge, both in the short and long term. Dr. Nidhi Shah is a Physical Therapist with over eleven years of clinical and leadership experience. Today, we speak with her about how physical therapy supports patients in their recovery from PCS. We kick off our episode by learning abou…
 
🧠🎙Welcome to SEASON 4 of Concussion Corner!!! 🥼📻 Concussion Corner is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. 🌟 July, August, and September 2021 GIVEAWAY Enter Here: www.concussioncorner.com 🌟 🏈 🚲⚽️🏒Since 2011, Virginia Tech researchers have been providin…
 
Today, we speak with Caleb Kamins, a 23-year-old graduate and snowboarder who has sustained roughly 10 concussions over the course of his life. On today’s episode, he tells us how the most recent of these injuries opened his eyes to the world of brain health, and opens up about some of the areas of personal growth that his recovery has sparked. We …
 
If you haven't seen cheer, go to YouTube. It's incredible! Athleticism, skill and, perhaps most importantly, trust in teammates are vital. USA Cheer develops interest and grows participation of the sport of cheer - and also STUNT - while also promoting safety and safety education for cheer in the United States. Which explains their recent partnersh…
 
Blair H spent 9+ years in the Canadian Forces and was medically released due to the compounded effects of concussions throughout his life. He finished a degree in Human Kinetics this month and will be starting a masters of Physical Therapy this upcoming fall.Blair was previously on Concussion Talk Podcast - Episode 89.Concussion Chats is a podcast …
 
Becky Moran, Occupational Therapist with the Acquired Brain Injury Outpatient Team at Parkwood Institute facilitates this discussion about adapting to a new way of life following a concussion. Some of the topics this episode explores are the challenges of pacing oneself, relationships, and changes in identity.…
 
Today's guest Tianna Arentz experienced her first concussion in a snowmobile accident when she was just 15, knocking her unconscious. She then suffered a second concussion in a car accident on her way to vision therapy and since then, she has experienced approximately 13 more concussions with her most recent occurring just a few months ago. She joi…
 
Jenna is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, specifically in the Abilities Research Center. We talk about new tech and innovation in rehab, notably neuro rehab, and how it is used by DPTs, physiotherapists, researchers and others to help patients in their recovery!…
 
Dr. Lesley Ruttan, a Neuropsychologist, and other professionals who support persons with concussions and brain injuries gather together in this episode to talk about their experiences and the challenges associated with accessing supports and services for their clients.Par HeadsupCAN
 
Chinna is a school psychologist in Los Angeles, California. Since recovering from a subdural hematoma in 2019, he began competing on American Ninja Warrior with the intention of sharing hope for other survivors’ recoveries.Concussion Chats is a podcast hosted by the McGill Students for the Concussion Legacy Foundation, with the help of Nick from Co…
 
Connor Massimo, Physiotherapist and Founder of Pulse Physiotherapy in Peterborough, Ontario leads a discussion about returning to sport after experiencing a concussion/TBI. This episode brings together athletes from various sport backgrounds who have competed at different levels to talk about stigma and identity following a concussion.…
 
Navigating a legal claim post-concussion can be complicated and overwhelming. Today’s guest, Michael Kaplen explains the immense benefit of pursuing legal proceedings after your injury and to demystify the process behind this. We start with an introduction to Michael and what sparked his interest in brain injury law. Next, we discuss some of the wa…
 
As Ashley discusses in this episode and as she discussed in Episode 22 of Concussion Chats, a Monday night game of dodge ball resulted in a concussion that has transformed the way she interacts with the world. It also affects how her identical twin sister Amy and she interact. Erin and I talk to Ashley and Amy to see how life changed both of their …
 
Leslie Birkett, an Occupational Therapist and Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) at McMaster University facilitates this discussion about participants’ experiences returning to work following a concussion/TBI. The conversation explores challenges, balancing life’s stressors and accommodations.Par HeadsupCAN
 
Gui is a civil engineer who has been dealing with PCS for 6.5 years and has suffered 10 concussions. He is working now as an autonomous worker part-time and enjoys various outdoor activities and sports, playing piano, reading and travelling.Concussion Chats is a podcast hosted by the McGill Students for the Concussion Legacy Foundation, with the he…
 
Penny Welch-West, a Speech-Language Pathologist with Parkwood Institute, guides a group of current students and graduates through a discussion about their experiences transitioning back to school following a concussion/TBI. Group members talk about challenges, accommodations and strategies they implemented to support their return.…
 
On today’s episode, Joe Dickenson tells us how he has been able to navigate a full, satisfying life despite the limitations of a post-concussion body. He kicks off our discussion by sharing some of the most significant symptoms he has struggled with and tells us how his chiropractor has been instrumental in aiding his recovery. We dive into the imp…
 
Seriously though, rethink it! After any brain injury, mild or severe, your speech may be effected , so you therefore may need to see a speech therapist, or speech language pathologist (SLP) . However, as Kara Focht discusses in this podcast, speech is just one of the many areas where an SLP is trained to help!Check out the Rethink Speech Therapy we…
 
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