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The 1st concussion consensus statement was published after the 2001 International Concussion in Sport group met in Vienna, and one of their findings was that neuropsychological testing was the cornerstone of concussion management. (The Concussion in Sport group is an international panel of the leading researchers in the field of concussions. They have released 5 statements since 2001 that amalgamate the latest research and best practice recommendations.) Since 2001 there has been prolifor...
Posted on 2018-09-11
Ankle sprains are a very common injury, yet avoidable, affecting both sedentary individuals and athletes. Ankle sprains tend to affect the lateral (outer) ligaments most, due to the mechanism of injury often tends to be an inward rolling of the ankle. Many individuals under-estimate the importance of the appropriate rehab for lateral ankle sprains, but acute ankle sprains that aren’t dealt with properly are the major risk factor for re-injury and developing chronic ankle instability. In a...
Posted on 2018-07-23
Dear Runners, As the weather gets warmer, many of us like to hit the pavement or trails. Here are some tips to keep in mind when starting up on a spring/summer running routine: First and foremost, make sure your running shoes are appropriate for your foot type. Some of us need more cushioning in our shoes while others need more arch support. Many of the common running overuse injuries can be pinpointed to improper footwear. 1) Land like a ninja (land softer) 2) Ensure adequate hip extensio...
Posted on 2018-06-21
This article has been written in respose to: https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/how-is-lebron-james-always-one-move-ahead-lets-ask-the-scientists/2018/05/17/30e53c8e-59cc-11e8-858f-12becb4d6067_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_medium=CogniSens2E&utm_source=linkedin_company&utm_term=.a4cc81d3cd6d  The relation between cognitive science and human performance has been a hot topic over the past few years. When elite level professional athletes p...
Posted on 2018-06-19
What is Lateral Dominance? Have you ever watched a soccer player or basketball player choosing to control the ball with one side of their body more than the other? This is known as lateral dominance and can play a big part in an athlete's performance such as setting up for a free kick situation in soccer. However, it can also be a hinderance if an athlete cannot use skills on both sides of the body, for example an athlete's inability to perform a cross-over and drive either side towards the hoo...
Posted on 2018-05-23
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