Professor : Dr. Frederick Carrick
- Neuroanatomical considerations for clinicians
- Brainstem integration involved in conjugate eye movements
- The vertical, horizontal and torsional eye movement systems
- The role of the cerebellum in expression of pathology of eye conjugate movements
- Volitional and reflexogenic control of eye movements and brain injury
- Ascending, descending and integrative neurophysiological integrity of movement systems
- Clinical applications and rehabilitation strategies
Brain Injury and Conjugate Eye Movements Part of the mTBI / Concussion Program Series. On Demand continuing education count towards neurology hours for the ACNB and ACFN. Eligibility for state hours is on a state by state basis, please know your state’s laws when applying for continuing education hours for on demand courses.
Credit Hours: This module is eligible for 25 credit hours and is part of the 350 hour mTBI/Concussion program.