November 2017

New study finds brains continue to rewire three months post-concussion with no symptoms reported

This article was originally published on itonline.com regarding pre-teen hockey players and concussion injuries. November 2, 2017 — Young hockey players who have suffered concussions may still show changes in the white matter of the brain months after being cleared to return to play, researchers at Western University have found. These findings were achieved through use […]

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Health fix podcast

The Best Alternative Therapies for Concussions: Health Fix Podcast

Doc J brings back Dr. Engle for an encore discussion about the best alternative therapies at the forefront of integrative medicine for brain injuries. What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode: • The best devices for biofeedback and meditation • The best alternative therapies to use together for TBI recovery • The therapies that worked best

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Post-Concussion Brain Changes Persist for Pre-Teen Hockey Players: ITN Online

Young hockey players who have suffered concussions may still show changes in the white matter of the brain months after being cleared to return to play, researchers at Western University have found. These findings were achieved through use of sophisticated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques. ITN Online Listen to the podcast here

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