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CITV 32: New Book Release Discussing Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy – Oxygen Under Pressure

Win a free copy of Dr. Sonner’s new book, Oxygen Under Pressure! In this episode of CTIV, we meet with Dr. Jason Sonners and discuss his new book, Oxygen Under Pressure. This book is designed to provide clinicians with everything they need to know about hyperbaric oxygen, covering topic such as: ✅How does hyperbaric oxygen …

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FEATURED ONLINE PROGRAM OF THE WEEK: 30% OFF MASTERING MIGRAINE

FEATURED ONLINE PROGRAM OF THE WEEK: MASTERING MIGRAINE Take 30% off Mastering Migraine modules via Online, Self-Paced Learning! Use code “Migraine30” at checkout!* This program will equip you to be one of THE very few LEADING clinicians in the field of migraine. Dr. Harcourt will be teaching you innovative functional neurology techniques for migraine, of …

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Relaxing our muscles requires more brain activity than we think.

Picture a novice athlete who is struggling to get a movement right. They are having difficulty contracting the muscle needed to perform the movement while also controlling and relaxing the inappropriate muscles. In frustration, their coach may yell to them “Just relax more!”, but in reality that concept is much more difficult than it sounds. …

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CITV Presents: Ted and Fred’s Excellent Adventure – Volume 6

Volume 6 of Ted and Fred’s Excellent Adventure is now available! In this episode, Prof. Carrick discusses: -(00:32) What are three key motivators that have influenced your success? -(3:41) Briefly share 3 of your favorite clinical cases/outcomes and why they are valuable to you? Why do those stick out in your mind? -(10:57) What 3 …

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Nearly 90% of people hospitalized with Coronavirus have these underlying conditions.

For weeks, the world has been overwhelmed with data and information about COVID-19, with little data providing the specificity need to ensure that people are taking the illness seriously. But on Tuesday, the CDC was able to give a closer look at exactly who is most effected by COVID-19- and its findings underscore the importance …

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Psychological Stress can Cause Physiological Responses, Including Fever

Psychological stress can cause physiological responses, including fever. Researchers identified a neural circuit in rats that underlies stress-induced physiological responses, including increased body temperature, increased heart rate, and increased blood pressure. The key structures involved in this circuit include: The paraventricular thalamic nuclei, which are highly sensitive to various physical and psychological stressors, such as …

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80% Social Distancing could help beat COVID-19 in 13 Weeks

Australian Modeling Suggests COVID-19 Can Be Beaten in 13 Weeks With 80% Social Distancing.⁣ ⁣ A University of Sydney data study from the Faculty of Engineering has revealed that social distancing must be adopted by at least 80% of the Australian population to reduce the spread of COVID-19.⁣ ⁣ Led by Complex Systems academic and …

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Where in the Brain does Creativity lie?

Where does creativity lie in the brain? A study published in NeuroImage used neuroimaging and EEG technology to analyze the brains of jazz musicians during improvisation. They found that novice musicians relied more on the right hemisphere for creativity, dealing with the unfamiliar situation and are performing under deliberate conscious control. In contrast, researchers found …

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Virtual Reality may Detect Early Balance Issues in People with Multiple Sclerosis

Using virtual reality for early detection of balance issues in people with Multiple Sclerosis. We know that there are three main components of balance – vision, proprioception and the vestibular system. Much of our knowledge of where we are in space comes from our visual inputs from the environment. This connection explains why amusement parks …

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