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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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TMD – The Great Imposter with Dr. Jennifer Illes at this year’s ISCN!

Dr. Jennifer Illes will be speaking on Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction and Common Facial Pain Syndromes at this year’s ISCN event! Understand the clinical neuropathy surrounding the referral site and learn clinical neurological tips to assess and treat patients with this condition. To learn more, visit ISCN2020.com #ISCN2020 #carricktrained #clinicalneuroscience #clinical #neuroscience #TMJD #TMD #jawpain #symposium …

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Dr. Freddys Garcia at CalChiro’s Winter in the Desert Seminar!

We have some great news to share! Dr. Garcia will be speaking at CalChiro’s Winter In The Desert Seminar on January 25-26, 2020 in Palm Springs, CA. Dr. Freddys Garcia will be presenting on Introduction to Pain Reset. Understand how to harness Chiropractic and Clinical Neuroscience for Solving Chronic Pain. Save the date and come …

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Dr. Antonucci at CalChiro’s Winter in the Desert Seminar!

  Exciting news! Dr. Antonucci will be speaking at CalChiro’s Winter In The Desert Seminar on January 25-26, 2020 in Palm Springs, CA. Dr. Matthew Antonucci will be presenting on Introduction to ReceptorBased® Essentials. Learn the essentials that you need in order to assess a patient’s nervous system and provide therapies that will effectively change …

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Yoga, Tai Chi and Qigong for Reducing Stress Levels

🧠 Stress awareness tip: There is much evidence that yoga, tai chi and qigong are effective practices in reducing stress levels. 🧘🏻‍♀️ Much of the research emphasizes the mind-body connection and the meditative aspects of these activities, linking movement to breath and mindfulness. Other benefits of these practices on stress reduction include— 🌿 Better ability to adapt to stressors …

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Reset Tip: What is the one common thing shared between all patients suffering from chronic pain?

Reset Tip: What is the one common thing shared between all patients suffering from chronic pain? Dr. Adam Klotzek discusses the commonalities in the brain and nervous system amongst those suffering from pain. #chronicpain #carrickinstitute #carricktrained #carrickinsight #painreset #reset #neuroscience #clinicalneurology Transcription: – In today’s video, we’re gonna talk about the one common thing, neurologically, …

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Tips for Beginning your Carrick Institute Education

“Where do I start?!” We get this question a lot! So here is how to best tackle Carrick Institute courses in the most effective way!   1️⃣  Pain Reset Pain Reset is for practitioners who are looking to evolve and start exploring a brain-based and neuro biomechanical approach to solving chronic pain. We will show you how …

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Can a Head Tilt Increase Engagement in Patients with ASD?

Researchers suggest that a simple head tilt when working with patients with ASD could increase social engagement and focus, making the doctor or others seem less threatening and more approachable. Many studies have demonstrated that when observing faces, there is a consistent bias for right-handed observers to look towards the left side of the face …

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Movement Disorders I Scholars Continue to Learn

Our pedagogy is enhancing the clinical skills of our scholars at the Carrick Institute Movement Disorders Program.  Designed to ensure long-term retention of knowledge and facilitation of applications, our program continues with strategies designed personally for the learning needs of the scholar. In the 2 days following Movement Disorders 1, we report a 74% involvement …

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Call for Abstracts: ISCN 2016 in Orlando – Extended to August 31, 2016

International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience Optimization of Human Function October 7-9, 2016 Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive 8001 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819 The submission deadline has been extended to Friday, August 31, 2016. Please visit the Frontiers Neurology website for more info and to make a submission. All Poster Presentations will be subject to peer …

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Pupil Light Reflex & Parasympathetic Nervous System Dysfunction

When performing your patient examinations, are you currently assessing the patient’s pupillary light reflex?  If so, what are you looking for and what does it mean for the patient’s clinical presentation? Carrick trained functional neurologists are assessing several things when they shine a light into the patient’s eyes. A small list of the objective findings …

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ISCN 2016 – Endocrinologist & Diabetes Expert Dima Abdelmannan, M.D.

  We are proud to announce the addition of DimaAbdelmannan to our speaker list for this years ISCN. Dr. Dima Abdelmannan is Professor of Medicine and Dean of Clinical Medicine at the Dubai Medical College in Dubai. U.A.E . She is also a Consultant Endocrinologist at the Dubai Diabetes Center at Dubai Health Authority. Dr. …

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