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Concussion/mTBI Program Part 4 (TBI4)

$1,600.00

This course is worth 25 hours for the ACNB & ACFN.

You will have 1 full year of access for this module, for credit. After you will have lifetime access to review. It will be added to your account upon purchase

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SKU: 20TBI4ODFRC Categories: ,

Goal and Learning Outcomes

The purpose of our Concussion/mTBI program is to inform healthcare providers about the incidence, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of sports-related concussions and the potential for serious long-term outcomes such as dementia. Completion of this program will enable the healthcare practitioner to:
  • Design and Implement a Concussion Treatment Program
  • Design and conduct a brain and vestibular rehabilitation program
  • Design evidence-based treatment plans
  • Utilize a current evidence-based examination process to quantify brain function and human performance
  • Define sports-related concussions and the sports in which they are most often found
  • Describe the immediate and long-term symptoms of sports-related concussions
  • Discuss expert recommendations for preventing/managing sports-related concussions
  • Prepare health care professionals with advanced knowledge and skills in diagnosis and treatment of Concussion/mTBI.

What will be covered in this course:

  • Basal Ganglia Circuitry Models
  • Clinical Understanding of the Basal Ganglia And It’s Motor, Cognitive and Limbic Circuitry
  • Clinical Understanding of the Basal Ganglia and Visual Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of the NeoStriatum And Mesencephalic Function
  • Clinical Context Specific VOR Adaptation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Recovery From Static and Dynamic Vestibular Imbalance
  • Clinical Utilization Of Ewald’s First and Second Laws
  • Clinical Understanding of Peripheral Vestibular Lesions After Head Trauma
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Spatial Tuning Of Labyrinthine Efferent Activity
  • Clinical Understanding of the Role of the Vestibular Commissure After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding of the Deep Cerebellar Nuclei In Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Understanding of Central Neuronal Compensatory Responses And Strategies
  • Clinical Applications Utilizing Vestibulocerebellar influences on the Vestibular-Ocular reflex
  • Utilizing Visual Saccades in Diagnosis and Rehabilitation Of Head Injury
  • Clinical Adaptation of Saccades And Cerebellar Function
  • Clinical Applications Inhibition And Excitation of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of the Cerebellar Relationship to Cerebral Cortical Areas
  • Clinical Understanding of Frontal Eye Fields, Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex, Supplementary Motor Areas And the Parietal Lobe Specific To Visual Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Involving Auditory and Visual Motion Signal Processing
  • Clinical Applications of Cerebellar Contributions To Cortical Occulomotor Functions
  • Clinical Understanding of Fovial And Extra Fovial Vision.
  • Rehabilitation Strategies in the Treatment of Concussion Using Compensatory Mechanisms
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Utilizing a Hierarchy Of Saccadic Behavior
  • Understanding the Functional Characteristics of  Saccades After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding of Protective and Anticipatory Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Memory Guided Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Antisaccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Command Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Reflexive Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Express Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Spontaneous Saccades
  • Clinical Quantification Of Saccadic Position, Velocity and Acceleration
  • Clinical Utilization of Overlap, Gap, Memory, Antisaccdic and Sequence Tasking Paradigms
  • Clinical Relationships between the Velocity, Duration And Accuracy of Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Using Visual Feedback After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding of the Main Sequence Relationships of Saccades
  • Rehabilitation with Directed Dynamic Properties of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of Asymptotic Values Of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of Power Functions Describing Amplitude and Duration Relationships of Saccades
  • Clinical Applications of Eye Acceleration And Jerk Derivatives
  • Concussion Rehabilitation To Increase the Velocity Of Saccades
  • Clinical Decision-Making Using Saccadic Velocity To Calculate Frontal Low Integrity
  • Clinical Understanding of Saccadic Skewness And Wave Forms
  • Clinical Calculations of the Q Values of Saccades
  • Clinical Examination of Phase – Plane Plots Of Eye Position
  • Clinical Comparisons of Vertical and Horizontal Convergence Movements
  • Clinical Understanding Of Post-Saccadic Eye Drifts And Pulse Step Phenomenology
  • Clinical Understanding of Dynamic Over and under Shoots of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding Of the Planar Direction of Saccades in Rehabilitation of Concussion
  • Clinical Phenomenology Differentiating Brainstem and Cortical Mechanisms in Saccadic Generation
  • Clinical Understanding of Saccadic Reaction Time, Visual Processing, Target Selection and Motor Programming
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Gap and Overlaps Stimuli
  • Concussion Rehabilitation using Superior Colliculus Phenomenology
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Antisaccades
  • Clinical Quantification of Ratios of Eye-Movement Function
  • Clinical Quantification Of Somatic and Visual Error In Rehabilitation Strategy
  • Clinical Quantification and Treatment Development of Saccadic Accuracy
  • Clinical Quantification of Visual Dysmetria
  • Clinical Quantification of Pulse Step Mismatch Dysmetria
  • Clinical Understanding and Applications Involving Post Saccadic Conjugate Or Disjunctive Drift
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Changing the Size for Luminance Of Targets
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Utilizing Memory Guided Saccades
  • Concussion Rehabilitation In Light and Dark
  • Diagnostic & Therapeutic Importance of Amplitude & Velocity Relationships Of Eye Movements
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Strategies Using Sport Simulation
  • Clinical Understanding of Stochastic Processes of Compensation in Smooth Pursuit
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Double Step Target Jumps With Saccades
  • Concussion Simulation Utilizing Saccades
  • Quantifying the Physical Examination In Treatment Outcomes In Concussion
  • Concussion Simulation Utilizing Optokinetic Stimulation
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Changing Saccadic Trajectory
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Changing Saccadic Latency
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Addressing Saccadic Dysmetria
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Addressing Saccadic Vector Abnormalities
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation With in a Hierarchical Organizational Paradigm
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Of Patient Specific Job Tasks
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Combinations of Volitional and Reflexive Saccades
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Of Movement Disorders
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Strategies With Self and Directed Pacing
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Specific to Prefrontal Cortical Insults
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Head Eye Vestibular Movement Therapy
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Blinks and Head Movements
  • Clinical Importance of Fatique and Human Function after Head Injury
  • Clinical Applications Utilizing Combinations of Vergence Movements and Head Neck Strategy
  • Clinical Applications Quantifying Saccade Performance
  • Clinical Applications to Engage The TBI Patient In Novel Evidence-Based Therapy

Testimonials:

 

“As after many Carrick Institute learning experiences I feel like my eyes have been opened. Things that previously have slipped by unnoticed now jump out at me. I was blind but now I see. Sometimes it’s now so apparent it startles me.”

-Dr. Ray Purcell

 

“Great program super learning and super humbling at the same time should it be any other way.”

Dr. Paul Stefanelli

TBI Module 2 With Professor Carrick On-demand

Faculty

Prof. Frederick R. Carrick

Neurology Hours

25 Neurology Hours

Year Recorded

2020

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