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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!
 
Welcome to Our Podcasts on all matters relating to Post Concussion Syndrome (PCS or PPCS), & mTBI in which all important aspects of the condition, life with PCS, Healing gradually & much more will be discussed with honesty, in-depth & with enough humour to help You on your healing journey. Find Us at : https://www.facebook.com/groups/113072042059485/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/PostConcussion Blog @ Wordpress : https://postconcussionsyndromeawarenessuk.wordpress.com/ Thanks for Listening! ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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Concussion 101 is dedicated to educating patients, families, athletes, coaches and teachers, and to helping them getting a-head again! Our multidisciplinary expert team shares their knowledge and answers your questions about concussions.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Neuropsychologist Professor Vicki Anderson from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute helps you understand the impacts of a concussion in your children and explains the differences in severity of hits to the head. The podcast details what actually happens to the brain, the steps to help diagnose and manage head injuries, and the advancements in future technology. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app.
 
A journey from impact to recovery: A discovery on aiding the brain through the recovery process and the stories of courageous survivors and their families. In this community, you’ll discover encouraging stories and personal interviews from other brain injury survivors and get helpful tips and real life solutions to help you through your recovery process. Hear how others have journeyed and found strength to persevere through their brain injury recovery. Whether you have suffered a brain injur ...
 
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Silvie Van de Ree was on her way home on her scooter when another scooter driver hit her. Initially, all she noticed was the whiplash, so she went home and rested. Fast-forward a year, and Silvie was still suffering from the scooter crash. Through her own research, she established that she was suffering from post concussion syndrome. Join us today …
 
Dr. Uzma Samadani is a neurosurgeon and brain injury researcher at the University of Minnesota. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Minnesota with a graduate faculty appointment in Neuroscience. She is also an attending neurosurgeon at the Minneapolis Veterans Administrati…
 
Post-concussion syndrome recovery is psychologically hard. Especially so if doctors told you that there is no hope for you ever recovering from your brain damage. This is what they told me and still – I made a full recovery! So what does that tell you? That there is hope, and that the only way to recover is if you believe that you can do it. This e…
 
It's been a stressful, exhausting, exhilarating, and rewarding journey for Bella to get to 52 episodes of the Post Concussion Podcast. Today we hear a recap of the lessons learned, the advice Bella has on continuing one step at a time, and what’s to come in 2022. We find out why Bella needed a break in December, and how she discovered a new hobby t…
 
Coming to terms with a traumatic brain injury can be hard, but sometimes there’s a silver lining. Today’s guest, Conner Eko found his when his post-concussion syndrome forced him to take time out from his Ph.D. and allowed him to focus on his music (which incidentally helped with his symptoms). Conner talks us through his experiences with concussio…
 
After my previous episode, Dr. Cancel (Episode 109) introduced me to Dr. Adrian Cohen, as both were very excited about Dr. Cohen's NUROCHEK system and its applications! Notably in sports; combat, contact, or otherwise. Dr. Cohen I talk about the importance of prompt, objective assessment, as well as the afforability of the NUROCHEK headgear!Please …
 
For many traumatic brain injury survivors, the last person they turn to for help is a therapist. Today we talk to Hilary Morris, a licensed professional counselor who specializes in providing psychotherapy to these very people, to help them find relief from anxiety, stress, and post-traumatic stress disorder. We hear why Hilary chose to specialize …
 
This episode was originally released September 30th, 2021! Dr. Joyce shares such great insights it seemed like the perfect fit for our last rerun of the year! Doctor and Author Joyce Mikal-Flynn suffered a brain injury in an unusual swimming accident. After experiencing significant aphasia and cognitive delays, a doctor helped her to realize that s…
 
During post-concussion recovery, many of us feel absolutely lost. This often (partly) originates from our conversations with doctors. We are checked for clear injuries, like a brain bleed or an inability to find words, and when we don’t have them, a lot of us are sent home. After a while, our concussions turn into post-concussion syndrome. And when…
 
I just recorded a short thank you to Concussion Talk Podcast's; co-hosts (Erin)/partners - Taya & Emily, Edina & Stefan - Concussion Legacy Foundation Canada's UofT and McGill chapters respectively, Allie & Felcia - Keep Your Head Up, Katie - Thrive NeuroSport, and Lauren - Phoenix Concussion Recovery. To HeadCheck Health who have been a staunch an…
 
For the final episode of 2021, we are joined by Dr. Michael Hennes, a Chiropractic Neurologist working at The Neural Connection clinic in Minnesota. Dr. Hennes discusses the role that chiropractors play in concussion rehabilitation, and highlights the clinical approach and treatment modalities that facilitate recovery from concussion. Stefan and Dr…
 
The holidays can be stressful…especially if you are dealing with persistent concussion symptoms. In this episode we provide some practical tips to help you make the most of the holiday seasons and come out the other side feeling better than when you started.For previous podcast episodes, visit: https://completeconcussions.com/resources/ask-concussi…
 
Dr. Shirley Blanc is a neuro-optometrist in downtown Toronto. She is a Fellow and advisory board member of NORA (Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association), and a medical advisory board member and contributor to Complete Concussion Management. In this episode we discuss common visual presentations and symptoms that both patients and clinicians sh…
 
This episode originally aired June 24, 2021! Due to being repeatedly told that I should be lucky that "I am still here" or that "It could be worse" this seemed very fitting for today! 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 concu…
 
The first thing Dr. David Cancel tries to impart on kids, parents, athletes, whoever comes to him with a concussion, is how important it is to take the injury as seriously as possible. Dr. David Cancel, MD, JD is the Director of Pediatric Rehabilitation at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. He is also an Associate Professor in the Departme…
 
Today's guest Dr. Matthew Fothergill, is a physical therapist who specializes in long-term lifestyle planning for patients who have experienced single or multiple sub-concussive hits. He also works as a personal health consultant and advocates for head injury awareness. Our conversation revolves around dizziness and the variety of ways to explain t…
 
The Concussion :Legacy Foundation University of Toronto Chapter has a new podcast host for season two of BRAINIAC. Second year Master's of Kinesiology student Stefan Bianchi and I talk about his research and his interest in concussion and how it effects athletes. We also talk about the podcast and how Stefan is thinking about this season!Please con…
 
Like a brain injury, your mental health is invisible to others and many battling depression often do so in silence! Listen in to this solo episode with your host Bella Paige. Bella explores the reality of mental health while opening up about her experiences of depression. Bella opens our conversation by acknowledging how difficult it is to talk abo…
 
Dr. Lenore Herget joins me for to talk about her work as a PT, DPT at Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine. Lenore treats concussed athletes from high school to pro; she is a member of the New England Patriots Medical Staff and serves as the Concussion Rehabilitation Consultant to the Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, New England Revolution,…
 
On this month’s episode of Brainiac we are joined by Kristine Drakich, Head Coach of the U of T Women’s Volleyball Team. Coach Drakich provides a unique perspective on the role that coaches play in fostering a team culture that prioritizes concussion awareness and encourages the reporting of injury. Stefan and Coach Drakich also take stock of how m…
 
Feelings of guilt amongst people with post concussion syndrome are very common; guilt around not participating in events, not being able to take care of their families, not being able to work, and so on. Today on the podcast I’m joined by Jamie Martin, a concussion survivor who knows these guilty feelings all too well, and has some valuable advice …
 
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Surfing is a sport that lends itself quite obviously to spills and if you watch any amount of it, it's fairly easy to see why surfers are no strangers to dangerous situations! Bjorn Hazelquist is a surfer on the pro qualification circuit, and has started the Strength in Pain Foundation to both raise awareness of brain injury/concussion/PCS in the s…
 
In this Concussion Stories episode, Melanie speaks with James Durham of TBI One Love. James is all about the power of positivity and hope. After sustaining such a severe traumatic brain injury that his doctors weren't sure he would wake up from his coma, James did everything to recover from his brain injury and to make sure that - as he says it - h…
 
In this 2nd Concussion Stories episode with Professor of Neuropsychology Lindsay Wilson, he and Melanie dive even deeper into the mental health aspect of concussions. They speak about how you can deal with the psychological side effects of a concussion as well as how important it is for you to recognize that they are there. The most important messa…
 
This is the first of 2 episodes with Lindsay Wilson, who is a Professor of Neuropsychology and one of the researchers studying Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) within CENTER-TBI. In this episode, Lindsay talks about the long-term effects of a concussion. Particularly the mental and emotional experiences that a lot of us know all too well. Interview sho…
 
For many people the diagnosis of a concussion comes after a quick superficial examination, followed by a merry-go-round of medication Today’s guest, Dr. Shane Steadman does things differently, and this episode is all about how and why. As a functional neurologist, Dr. Shane tailors his treatment for each patient based on their unique symptoms. He h…
 
In this episode I chat with Dr. Paul Hrkal, ND (@drpaulhrkal) about concussions and persistent concussion symptoms that many patients suffer including neurofatigue and brain fog. We also discuss the pillars of treatment for these conditions and we cover some basic strategies that you can take right now to start addressing some of these issues.For p…
 
Bella has suffered 10+ concussions that have affected her in a multitude of different ways. Everything from sports, careers, and school, to friendships, and relationships with family. Bella was in highschool when she hit her brick wall after hiding her symptoms for months. Because of this, Bella has really emphasized that you never really know what…
 
The Rewire Fitness app is geared towards athletes, but after learning more about it, and after talking to Sun Sachs, I can see an obvious correlation to brain injury/concussion recovery. The app is "designed to holistically quantify athlete readiness, build mental resilience, and improve mind/body recovery." I talk to Sun about the three pillars of…
 
Are you a Canadian resident impacted by traumatic brain injury, including concussion? The Keep Your Head Up Foundation is launching free virtual mindfulness and movement programs beginning in January 2022! Registration is limited and opens on Friday November 12th, 2021. Listen to this podcast to hear from co-founders Felicia and Allie, who share mo…
 
In this episode I chat with Jenni Diamond, an Occupational Therapy with a focus on concussion and neurorehabilitation, all about returning to work after a concussion. Our wide ranging conversation covers different strategies for different job types and how an OT may be able to help.If you’d like to learn more about Jenni, you can find her on instag…
 
In today’s episode, Bella talks to the founder and CEO of Neurovine, Dr. Ashleigh Kennedy. From her own experience as an elite athlete, and as the daughter of a pro-football player, Ashleigh has had first-hand experience with post concussion syndrome and the lack of information that is readily available to clinicians and patients alike. In 2019, sh…
 
Associate Professor Alan Pearce of La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, Neuro Sports Labs, and the Australian Sports Brain Bank is a trove of knowledge and current information about brain injury, including concussion, CTE, persistent concussion symptoms (PCS), especially regarding Australian sports. We discuss all of that and more, includin…
 
For many professional athletes, their sport is their entire life. When tragedy strikes and their health is taken away from them, it is often a struggle to adjust to the new normal. Today’s guest is Connor Crisp, retired hockey player, post-concussion sufferer, and now real-estate agent. Connor's choice to retire was a result of multiple concussions…
 
🧠🎙Welcome to the announcement of Concussion Corner Academy®!!! 🎓🥼📻 Concussion Corner Podcast® is your trusted resource for interdisciplinary conversations related to all things concussion-related in healthcare, advocacy, and sport. The Concussion Corner Academy® is a mission-driven online community seeking to change outcomes with research while hel…
 
Trying to find the ‘why’ of why you feel a certain way can lead you down a lot of different paths. Today’s guest Stephanie Kurland has been living with chronic pain for about 14 years due to childhood head injuries, four car wrecks, a trampoline accident, and 23 years of headbanging at heavy metal concerts, but she was only officially diagnosed wit…
 
On this month’s episode of Brainiac, Dr. Hunt joins us to discuss the important role that occupational therapists play in concussion rehabilitation. Stefan and Dr. Hunt also touch on the impact that COVID-19 has had on concussion patients and the recovery process, ending with a discussion about concussion in youth and the importance of the family d…
 
Jessica Schwartz PT, DPT, CSCS is an award winning Physical Therapist, a national spokeswoman for the American Physical Therapy Association, host of the Concussion Corner Podcast, founder of the Concussion Corner Academy®, and a post-concussion syndrome survivor, advocate and concussion educator. Jess has twice previously been a guest on Concussion…
 
On today’s episode, we are visited by Melanie Wienhoven, a fully-recovered post concussion patient who. She is here to share her story of how six years of research and therapy led to a full recovery, and how she has dedicated her career to showing others that they can too. Tune in to hear the story of how she was initially injured and misdiagnosed,…
 
In part 2 of our coverage of persistent concussion symptoms, we dive deep into the best treatments. No gimmicks…just the facts and the evidence. If you need help getting rid of your lingering concussion symptoms, check out the Concussion Fix program: https://concussiondoc.io/offer/the-concussion-fix/If you require treadmill testing and/or rehabilit…
 
Scott Anderson was on episode 45 introducing many listeners to SyncThink - where he is the Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) - and describing their EYE-SYNC technology. Per the new release, "the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted clearance of the EYE-SYNC technology as an Aid to Concussion, or mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) Diagnosis.…
 
This Concussion Stories episode is the second of 2 episodes with Andrew Maas, Coordinator of the largest study ever done on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). In this part, he talks about the necessary improvements to current care, details of the CENTER-TBI study, as well as new ways to diagnose concussions (as well as other brain injuries). Interview s…
 
Aamna has sustained multiple concussions and her life has been impacted in both a positive and negative way, as a result. Due to the severity of her injury, Aamna experienced post concussion syndrome, and found it challenging to go through the recovery process without fully understanding how to express her limitations. Her symptoms soon manifested …
 
It can be immensely frustrating to want to have a conversation but not be able to find the right word or fail to even get the words out fast enough. But all is not lost, if you can work towards getting your point across, you’ve communicated! Today’s guest is speech therapist Hilary Booco. Hilary has a Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology fr…
 
Why do some people get better in a week while others take months to years?PCS” is the acronym that was originally assigned to Post-Concussion Syndrome which was defined as having 3 or more concussion-related symptoms 1 to 3 months or more after a concussion injury. The term Post-Concussion Syndrome was replaced a few years ago with “Persistent Conc…
 
For the 101st episode of Concussion Talk Podcast my guest is Dr. Julie Stamm. Julie is a clinical assistant professor of kinesiology at the University of Wisonsin, a neuroscientist, an athletic trainer, and the author of "The Brain on Youth Sports". She is also an avid fan (University of Wisconsin Badgers Volleyball, for example) and athlete of sev…
 
Lauren had many passions such as dancing at state and national competitions, and later her successful career in special education. Prior to her concussions Lauren always believed that these were what made Lauren who she is… all it took was 5 minutes to change her entire life. Lauren’s shares her story of perseverance after experience a lost sense o…
 
Baseline testing is the concept of testing athletes on their mental and physical abilities prior to the season. The results of these tests can be valuable if an athlete sustains a concussion during the sports season as tests can be re-administered to determine the level of impairment and whether an athlete has fully recovered and is safe to return …
 
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