L’impact des ELDOA sur le rétablissement post commotion cérébrale 🧠
The impact of ELDOA on post-concussion recovery
L’expérience clinique démontre une accélération de la réhabilitation ainsi qu’une diminution des douleurs cervicales lorsque les clients souffrant de symptômes post-commotionnes pratique les ELDOA sur une base régulière. Ceci pourrait être expliquer par plusieurs principes physiologiques qui sont stimuler lors de la pratique d’ELDOA tel que : .
Stimulation de la circulation des liquides céphalo-rachidiens Mise en tension de la dure-mère cranienne et rachidienne Stimulation proprioceptive au niveau de la colonne vertébrale Stimulation du drainage veineux Normalisation des tensions fasciales superficielles et profonde Normalisation du système nerveux sympathique / para sympathique .
La commotion cérébrale est très complexe et doit être abordé via plusieurs avenue ; psychologique, neurologique et biomécanique. Les ELDOA ne sont qu’un des outils intéressants pour accélérer votre guérison et prévenir les rechutes. .
Si vous souffrez de symptômes post-commotionnels, nous vous invitons à consultez un praticien ELDOA afin de vous assurer d’exécuter le bon exercice en lien avec VOTRE condition
Clinical experience shows accelerated rehabilitation and decreased cervical pain when clients with post-concussion symptoms practice ODL on a regular basis. This could be explained by several physiological principles that are stimulated during the practice of ELDOA such as : .
Stimulation of cerebrospinal fluid circulation Tensioning of the cranial and spinal dura mater Proprioceptive stimulation of the spine Stimulation of venous drainage Normalization of superficial and deep fascial tensions Normalization of the sympathetic / para sympathetic nervous system .
Concussion is very complex and must be addressed via several avenues; psychological, neurological and biomechanical. ELDOAs are only one of the interesting tools to speed your recovery and prevent relapses. .
If you suffer from post-concussion symptoms, we invite you to consult an ELDOA practitioner to ensure you perform the right exercise to YOUR condition
12 hour shift done, I was doing great until about hour 9-10 then the pain from my fall started kicking in :( the minute it turned 5pm I left, I didn’t even say goodbye! Never in the two years I have worked there have I not said goodbye to my peeps....at least I have lots of time to rest tonight and in the morning, also only a 5-6 hour shift tomorrow! #ifellonmyass#stupidice#concussion#whiplash#fml
Bags in tow, ready to go, spring where are youuuu?
Seriously hoping for some warmer weather soon- it has been freezing in nyc! Hot or cold outside, you all know @unsqgreenmarket is my favorite place to shop. The dichotomy of fresh greens and city buildings in this picture captures the very essence of what I love about the farmers market at #GMKTnyc !
In honor of Earth Month , they are inviting followers to participate in a #PlasticCleanse. Pictured with me is my favorite “Keep Farmers Farming” tote along with one of my mesh reusable produce bags (filled with apples - because duh, an apple a day keeps the doctor away!)
In NYC alone, plastic bags account for more than 1,700 tons of residential garbage per week. Not only harmful to the environment, plastic emits a ton of toxins that comes in contact with the food we eat- not good for the brain!! 🧠 Reusable produce and grocery bags are my jam
What is the blood-brain barrier and why is it important for us? Find out in our upcoming Concussions video!
This has been my issue over the last few years. Having 3 concussions back to back every year + several injuries has made me feel like I'm behind in life. .
I missed out on half my 20s. Going out, travelling, dancing, socializing, just enjoying a normal life. As I approach my 30s I'm now stressing about buying a house, starting a family, being able to work to save for my future everything ppl my age seem to be doing around me but I can't because my life continues to be on pause. .
I knocked my brain around a month ago and have felt a bit like a potato since. I’m about 79.2% recovered. Only 20.8% to go till I can do fun shizzzz again. Quick shout out to my parents and @calgarychiro for all the TLC #helmetsarecool
I still devote half my day, almost every day, to physical and occupational therapy (the commute is time consuming too). Putting small athletic goals on my calendar and cheering myself through the grind has been helpful. You have to motivate yourself. #tbt I had this view one year ago and I’ll have it again next week; my reward for a job well done is time for introspection in the mountains. (Well, never done; always room for improvement.)
Coping Tip: Keeping a dayplanner can be KEY to organizing your day.
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Was Johnny on the spot for this turnover. Why I didn't pick up the rock and run? I have no idea and still asking myself that question. Oh well, 1st down Bolts. Make no mistake about it, playing High Level Sports will come with a price. Through high quality sleep, intelligent training, following a low-carb high-fat , ketogenic diet, I've been able to improve my quality of life after playing football by reducing inflammation and improving brain function.
How do you run your return to learn/return to play process?
Return to learn is a relatively new concept. There are a few ways to coordinate the return to learn and return to play processes.
The first way is that you can run them concurrently. This creates a situation where an athlete may be on step 3 of return to play but on step 4 of return to learn at the same time. The issue with this method is that you technically could have an athlete that is back playing sports but is conveniently not able to go to school.
The second method is to put your return-to-learn steps in front of your return-to-play steps. According to a recent systematic review by Davis et al., 2017, which informed the Berlin Consensus, “Children & adolescents should not return to sport until they have successfully returned to school”. In this way, this is the preferred method that Complete Concussion Management uses with all of our student athletes!
- #tbt last week at @westernuniversity campus for the ribbon cutting ceremony of the new Western Interdisciplinary Research Building (WIRB). SS&D had the pleasure of moving this stunning building in. -
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Reminder: Physical Therapy is more than stretching and theraband. Spending today learning about TBI and concussions and presenting some (unrelated) research! Living the dream.
Congratulations to Dr. Ann McKee, director of the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank, for being named to #TIME100, the magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world! We couldn’t agree more, as Dr. McKee’s work has revolutionized the world’s understanding of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) and changed the way we think about sports. Chris Borland, who retired after his rookie season in the NFL in part because of Dr. McKee’s work, wrote her tribute page.
So, not the weekend I had planned (usually I’m in Vegas with my tribe this weekend soaking up the sunshine, inspiration and connection that comes with attending my company’s global training conference), but concussions and Vegas don’t mix well, so instead I am off to the Bruce all by myself for a few days of me time. The FOMO has been pretty real as I see all my peeps posting about the gorgeous weather and fun conference perks, but instead of dwelling on what I’m missing, I’m focusing on being grateful for our beautiful family cottage (thanks, Mom and Dad), for a husband who encourages me to get away and take care of myself, for my kids’ awesome grandparents and for the beautiful community of people I get to work with who have taught me what it means to listen to my heart Wishing all my @arbonne peeps an incredible conference weekend, and looking forward to sunsets on the water the next few days .
I'll be on the telly talking about my accident and raising awareness of Post Concussion Syndrome on @wearestv2’s Live at Five tonight.
Catch it on Freeview channel 8, Sky 117, Virgin 159 and on the STV Player.
Thanks so much @mrgeorgeward for helping to get my story out to lots more people. I really hope this will show a little insight into what PCS survivors are going through.
Please follow my other account @findmysparkle for regular updates
Episode 122: Dr. Kevin Pecca's story is extremely inspiring. After experiencing a hockey head injury, his life and health drastically flipped upside down. Most doctors gave him zero hope and told him his life would never 100% be the same. It wasn't until he discovered upper cervical chiropractic that he was able to regain his life back. Dr. Kevin (@kevinpecca) is now a chiropractor and is trying to help as many people as possible that are in his situation gain their lives back and give them hope. He is also host of the Expect Miracles Podcast, where he is also making such a positive impact.⠀
Excited to share our conversation!⠀
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