Grands Rounds Case Review #3 – Male professional hockey player presents with tunnel vision, sensitivity to light and fogginess after a concussion. Focus is on autonomics, cerebellum and the neural integrator.
Professor Frederick R. Carrick has been conducting Grand Rounds internationally for 4 decades. These live, patient examinations and treatments have been claimed by many as the “pinnacle” of the Carrick Institute’s Clinical Neuroscience programs. They culminate philosophy, academics, and practical application into a condensed learning experience.
Grand Rounds Reviews are designed to:
- Elicit clinical thought patterns
- Reinforce the mechanics of a physical examination
- Integrate concepts learned throughout the Carrick Institute’s Clinical Neuroscience Program
Please join Dr. Antonucci as he embarks, on a journey, through patient cases, explaining Professor Carrick’s clinical thoughts, teaching critical concepts, and assessing comprehension along the way. Learn by watching the father of functional neurology, being guided every step of the way!
*You must be a licensed physician or a full-time student in a doctoral program to register and attend any Grand Rounds Video Case Review via live-stream or On-Demand.