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Ask Me Anything: Headaches and Concussions - Episode 2

Ask Me Anything: Headaches and Concussions - Episode 2

Ask Me Anything: Headaches and Concussions - Episode 2

Jan 28, 2020 - 20:30 (EST)
60 minutes
This online webinar is now over. To access the full course click here.


Our first Ask Me Anything webinar with Meaghan Adams in December 2019 was so popular that we are hosting a second. We will continue the conversation about headaches and concussions with Meaghan. This webinar is highly interactive so come prepared with your questions. To make the most out of this webinar, consider taking one or both of Meaghan's online courses:
  1. Understanding Post-Traumatic Headache
  2. An Impairment Based Approach to Concussion Assessment & Rehab


During this one hour complimentary webinar we will be discussing topics including:

  • How do you describe the pathology of a concussion to a patient and their family?
  • How do we change our management approach for someone with acute vs. chronic concussion symptoms?
  • What is the role of a PT in managing post-traumatic headaches?
  • How do you decide what to treat first when a patient has a lot of symptoms?
  • Current best practices regarding baseline testing.


The Details:

When: Tuesday, Jan 28, 2020 - 20:30 pm (EDT).

Where: Online - join from anywhere! Once you register you will receive instructions on how to join.

Who: All health and fitness professionals.

What: Those who join the webinar will be able to ask Meaghan Adams questions directly.


WARNING: There are 5 spots now available! First come first serve. Register below to claim your seat for tonight's concussion webinar with Meaghan Adams!

The instructors
Meaghan Adams
PT, BSc, MSc(PT), PhD(Neuroscience)

Meaghan earned her physiotherapy degree from Queen’s University, and completed Fowler-Kennedy’s Sport Physiotherapy Fellowship before earning a Certificate in Sport Physiotherapy from Sport Physiotherapy Canada. She also holds a Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University. Meaghan completed her PhD in neuroscience at the University of Waterloo, studying how concussions affect brain function and sensory integration, and is currently a post-doctoral fellow at Toronto Rehab and York University studying the integration of cognition, motor function, and sensory inputs in adults with prolonged concussion symptoms using virtual reality and tablet-based computing.

Meaghan serves as the vice-chair of the Neurosciences Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and is an Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) at McMaster University’s School of Rehabilitation Science.

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