This course will review literature pertaining to post-concussion syndrome as a diagnostic entity, tracing its origins
back to the 1800's. The participants will be provided with a working definition of post-concussion syndrome and
introduced to the terminology "mild traumatic brain injury" (MTBI) as recommended by the American Congress of
Rehabilitation Medicine. The course reviews the neuroanatomical and neurophysiological ramifications of MTBI. Factors
having an impact on the outcome of MTBI are identified. The treatment of MTBI will be reviewed from the perspective of
medical and pharmacological coordination, psychological intervention, vestibular dysfunction, cognitive/communicative
intervention, cardiovascular endurance intervention, vision therapy, and vocational rehabilitation.
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