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Researchers see brain volume loss after concussion

“Researchers have discovered noticeable changes in the brains of athletes with a history of concussions, months or even years after their last injury. They observed a 10- to 20-per-cent reduction in volume in the frontal lobe as well as 25 to 35 per cent less blood flow to certain areas of the brain, particularly the […]

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Concussion and TBI Facts

HOW SERIOUS ARE CONCUSSIONS? The Centers for Disease Control estimate that there are up to 3.8 million concussions sustained each year. One out of every 10 athletes will experience a concussion during any given sport season. Less than 10% of concussions result in a loss of consciousness (seeing stars, blacking out, etc.). 78% of all […]

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Monsoon season is coming

In this post I’d like to address some lesser known symptoms of seasonal allergies, which may also be rearing their ugly heads this spring. Red eyes and runny noses aside, there are plenty of other ways that allergies can make us miserable. Especially in children, who already have a hard time translating physical symptoms into […]

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Phone Apps for Headaches

Some are free, others are not, but there are some great, off the beaten path apps on this list that are well worth downloading to your iPhone. Feel free to contact us is you have any specific questions on headaches. iHeadache (free version, with ads).This app isn’t bad, but I did find some features less […]

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Acupuncture for headaches?

            One interesting therapy for headaches, which generates a lot of questions from patients, is acupuncture.  Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese therapy which has been around for centuries but only came around to wide spread use in the West (United States and Europe) in the 20th Century. Acupunture uses very […]

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