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Welcome to our blog

Kelly Swanson – Thursday, December 31, 2015 Welcome to our new blog. We will provide lots of information, tips, and important items of interest to many patients or physicians seeking education from a neurological perspective. When children need assessments it’s usually upon request from a teacher, doctor, or concerned parent. We see many children that tend to...
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PTSD – When it comes home

Kelly Swanson – Thursday, December 31, 2015 Life doesn’t begin till you come home. Many men and women struggle with the aftermath of a traumatic event. Most people think that Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) only happens to soldiers coming home from war, but they would be very wrong. PTSD affects many people in all...
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Neurocognitive Tests for Concussion: Wave of the Past?

A group of Mayo Clinic researchers argued in a new review that sports concussions — at least in ice hockey — can be diagnosed more accurately with objective tests, such as encephalography and the King-Devick eye test, than with the neurocognitive exams favored by many leagues at all levels of play. The researchers, including USA...
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