This is abstracted from an article in ESPN: http://m.espn.go.com/general/story?storyId=8297794/ And http://espn.go.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/8297794/neuropsychological-testing-concussions-not-panacea It is annotated and presented here without permission but complete attribution to ESPN. The whole article can be found above and is over 3500 words long. So, I’ve shortened it and made comments. In quotes is from ESPN author; Peter Keating, the rest is [...]
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This is taken without permission from the concussion blog. http://theconcussionblog.com/2012/06/20/part-of-recovery-is-a-visual-component/ It talks about a patient I worked with and mentions me as well, so I thought I would share it. Jen Umberg never saw it coming. It was May 23, 2011, during a terrible storm in Cincinnati. Winds were gusting and she was trying to [...]
I was privileged enough to be asked to Ritsumeikan University Shiga, Japan as an invited lecturer asked to give a series of lectures during their concentrated summer program. The theme of the lecture program was “brain pathologies and therapies.” Yes that is a broad topic, but they wanted personal expert presentations focusing on those areas [...]
Guanidino Acid Methyl Transferase (GAMT) support group on facebook conversation thread on ornithine and creatine results.
The following is an annotated and redacted conversation from the GAMT support group on facebook. https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/189179557787307/. Some of us participated in the dialogue and wanted to share this with the broader community. I’ve tried to stay true to the meaning and provide transitions between comments from individuals participating in the discussion. Please remember to always [...]
Discovery of a treatment for one of the causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Creatine transporter deficiency
We have published a paper showing our discovery of a true treatment for ONE of the causes of autism. The type of autism spectrum disorder is the creatine transporter deficiency, where the brain lacks creatine because it cannot be transported into the brain.
I know everyone has a right to their opinion, but… There is a local research project being worked on to pre-treat US service members in hopes of decreasing post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). I’m aware of it but not involved. Anyway, there are people who are against the research because, in their words; “the soldiers [...]
Everyone knows that Aspirin would never be approved as a drug today because of all the complications
There was a lot of junk science packed in colorful marketing schemes with the goal of separating your training room from its money.
what is out on the web needs to be examined carefully and often can be dangerously inadequate.
Joseph, Thank you for the explanation, it’s concise while remaining non-medical , exactly the right dosage of information to help folks like me