Rehabilitation and Exercise for Concussion

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Lesson Plan

A comprehensive approach to address concussions and the cervical spine. 

Dr. Kelly Ryder was one of the few specialists to sit in on the NFL’s concussion committee. In the US approximately 3.8 million concussions are sustained annually from sports and other recreational activities according to the CDC. High School athletes whose brains are more vulnerable are particularly at risk. Cumulative concussions are shown to increase the risk of permanent neurological disability by 39 percent. Dr. Ryder will discuss the latest in recognition of concussion related signs and symptoms, cutting edge testing protocols and advanced treatment strategies. If you work with any type of athlete or an active population, you won’t want to miss this one!

Learning Objectives:
– Review Concussion History.
– Discuss Laws of Physics when it applies to concussion.
– Describe whiplash and list signs and symptoms.
– Describe the proper testing for concussions. Balance, Vision, and Neurophysiological.
– Discuss a list of muscles to focus on for rehab exercises.
– Recall supplements and minerals that have shown to help with concussions.
– Relate strengthening of cervical spine in reference to prevention of whiplash / head whip.

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Instructor


Kelly Ryder, DCKelly Ryder, DC

Dr. Kelly Ryder is a Certified Sports Chiropractic Physician, Impact Certified Provider and Concussion Health Certified Provider at the Ryder Clinic in Baton Rouge, LA and Texas SportsChiro Care located in Dallas, TX. He is one of the top 37 concussions experts in the United States and has represented many concussion cases as an expert witness. He was the only chiropractor in the U.S. invited to participate in the invitation only, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center TEAM Approach Meeting in October of 2015. He has worked with over 400 professional athletes and is recognized as one of the top sports medicine doctors and concussion specialists in the field by his colleagues and fellow industry professionals.

Rehabilitation and Exercise for Concussion