Theo’s Blog Posts
Concussion to Dementia: Fact or Fiction?
In this week's Concussion Blog, Physiotherapist Theo Farley explores the links between concussion and dementia.
Predicting recovery time following concussion: are we any closer?
This week, Theo Farley discusses whether there are objective signs available to help us to predict recovery time following concussion.
Persistent symptoms post concussion: Are we misdiagnosing post-traumatic migraines as concussions?
During this blog, Physiotherapist Theo Farley investigates the difference between post-traumatic migraines and concussion.
The effects of concussion on the sensorimotor system: overlapping pathologies.
This week, Physio Theo Farley discusses the effects of concussion on the sensorimotor system.
The effects of concussion on central and peripheral vision reaction times
This week, Theo Farley explores the effects on central and peripheral vision reaction times of patients with visual disturbances post concussion.
Can we use functional and metabolic imaging to diagnose concussion?
This week, Physiotherapist Theo Farley explores imaging modalities in the diagnosis of concussion.
Concussion prevention through strengthening, can it work?
This week, Theo Farley explores the benefits of neck strengthening and stability in preventing concussion.
The Concussion Blog - How much is the cervical spine contributing to symptoms?
In concussion, how we can differentiate between symptoms arising from the cervical spine, the brain and the vestibular and oculomotor systems?