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Concussion/mTBI Program Part 2 (TBI2)

$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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Carrick Institute Concussion/mTBI Program

The Carrick Institute concussion/mTBI program is designed to train healthcare professionals how to understand, examine and treat sports-related concussions/mTBI.  This program is one of immersive integrated clinical education designed to promote mastery of the subject area and long-term learning.

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.

This program prepares our Clinical Scholars to be able to:

  • Create innovative clinical environments designed to manage the Concussion/mTBI patient.
  • Learn to evaluate and create individual programs to care for patients after Concussion/mTBI.
  • Leverage evidence-based clinical practice to create a best practice that networks with other Concussion/mTBI specialists.

Topics:

  • Understanding How Vision Is Affected in TBI
  • Understanding The Utilization Of Joint Receptor Activation In TBI
  • Understanding Head Rotations, Translation And Neck Integrators
  • Clinical Applications of Semicircular Canals and Otolith Organs
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Utilizing Ocular Counter Roll
  • Patterns of Head Motion And Changing Brain Integration Next Line
  • Perturbations Of Head and Gait Strategies
  • Clinical Applications of Visual Mediated Eye Movements
  • Understanding Skew Deviation
  • Clinical Applications of Head Rotation And Retinal Meridians
  • Clinical Understanding of Vertical Ocular Misalignment and Foveal Disparity
  • Clinical Understanding of Head Tilt
  • Vestibular Visual Symbiosis
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Strategies of Artificial Movements
  • Utilization of Different Targets And Backgrounds In Concussion Treatment Strategies
  • Clinical Understanding of the Brainstem Elaboration of the VOR
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Engaging Excitatory and Inhibitory Neural Integration
  • Understanding the Primary And Accessory Neural Subgroups Of the Brainstem
  • Clinical Applications of Cerebellum
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications Of Otolithic Function
  • Neural Integration Model Function And Concussion Symptoms and Performance Challenges
  • Clinical Understanding Of Neural Integration and Gaze Holding
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Utilizing Semicircular Canal Protections
  • The Clinical Phenomenology Of Inhibition to Promote Function After Concussion
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Of Ipsilateral and Contralateral Stimulation Central Pathology
  • Clinical Applications of Otolith Projections
  • Utilizing the Functional Organization Of Vestibular Ocular Responses
  • Clinical Understanding Of Type I and Type II Head Velocity Neural Encoders
  • Rehabilitation Strategies of Head Velocity And Eye Position
  • Clinical Scenarios Inpatient Presentations of TBI And Central Vestibulopathy
  • Clinical Understanding of Vestibular Nuclear Processing
  • Patient and Clinician Interpretation Of Self Translating or Tilting
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Based upon a Neural Network Approach
  • Clinical Applications Central to Velocity Storage Mechanism
  • Head Eye Vestibular Movement Responses to Visual Stimulation
  • Clinical Application Central to Neural Substrate Integration
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Eye Position, Velocity And Rotating Chairs
  • Vestibulo Ocular Reflex Gain, Direction and Phase
  • Clinical Determinants of Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Gain
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Using Active And Passive Head Rotation
  • Concussion and Age
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Head Tilt and Roll
  • Rehabilitation Strategies And Gravity
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Importance of Optokinetic nystagmus
  • Clinical Understanding of Optokinetic After-Nystagmus
  • The Clinical Importance of the Cervical Ocular Reflex
  • The Clinical Importance of the Adaptive Properties of the VOR
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Habituation
  • The Clinical Importance of Low and High Time Constants Of the Rotational VOR
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and VOR Adaptation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Cross Axis Adaptation Of the VOR
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Cognitive Control Of VOR Adaptation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Context Specific Adaptation
  • Vestibulocerebellar Influences on the Vestibular-Ocular reflex
  • Electrophysiological Aspects of vestibulocerebellum Control of the Vestibular Ocular Reflex
  • Role of the Cerebellum in the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Adaptation

 

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

Faculty

Prof. Frederick R. Carrick

Neurology Hours

25 Neurology Hours

Year Recorded

2019

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