Clearing Brain Fog: Comprehensive Insights To Conquer Conditions Such As Meniere’s Disease

Embarking on a journey through the foggy realms of cognitive health, “Clearing Brain Fog: Comprehensive Insights To Conquer Conditions Such As Meniere’s Disease” unveils a holistic exploration guided by the expertise of Dr. Jessica Povall. In an era where mental clarity can often be impacted negatively by the pressures of modern life, this blog post delves deep into the enigmatic condition known as brain fog – unravelling its symptoms, uncovering its myriad causes, and presenting groundbreaking strategies for management and relief.

Checklists Unveil Hidden Neurological Issues

This insightful article emphasises the importance of using checklists for self and family assessment, highlighting how they can uncover retained primitive reflexes and neurological imbalances often missed in standard evaluations

Demystifying Dysautonomia

Explore our comprehensive guide to understand dysautonomia and autonomic dysfunction & how it impacts exercise intolerance.

Why A Concussion Is So Difficult To Treat

Discover the challenges and complexities of concussion recovery. Learn about the crucial role of comprehensive assessments and targeted treatment plans in providing effective concussion treatment in Sydney.

Concussion what to avoid 3-part series

Recovering from a concussion? At Brain Hub, we manage a lot of patients who have had concussions.
3 points you need to know to avoid during concussion recovery.

Modern Cervicogenic Dizziness Rehabilitation Methods

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For consistent success with vestibular rehabilitation, It is important to focus on a multi-modal therapy. Some balance and postural stability exercises using tools such as wobble discs or foam pads are tried and tested. However more modern equipment including lasers and app-guided solutions are now available, and proven to be highly effective rehabilitation methods for cervicogenic dizziness.

Differentiating Dizziness Versus Vertigo

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Vertigo is an illusion of movement; a sensation as if the external world were revolving around the individual (objective vertigo), or as if the individual were revolving in space (subjective vertigo).
Vertigo is not a symptom arising from the cervical spine, but rather is caused by peripheral vestibular disorders or lesions within the vestibular pathways of the central nervous system.
Dizziness is the sensation of disturbed or impaired spatial orientation without a false or distorted sense of motion. (unsteadiness, lightheaded, swaying, disequilibrium)

Clinical Tests For Dizziness

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Dizziness can be equally debilitating and frustrating for patients and practitioners. For those suffering from it, it impacts activities of daily living, work, relationships, energy levels, ability to function as well as to recover. It is difficult for practitioners…