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Does Exercise Increase Vestibular and Ocular Motor Symptom Detection After Sport-Related Concussion? (2021)

Popovich, M., Almeida, A., Lorincz, M., Eckner, J. T., Freeman, J., Streicher, N., & Alsalaheen, B. (2021). Does exercise increase vestibular and ocular motor symptom detection after sport-related concussion?. Journal of neurologic physical therapy, 45(3), 214-220.

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Researchers assessed individuals after concussion who had concussive symptoms when exercising. These symptoms included things like headache and dizziness. After exercise the researchers had subjects undergo the Vestibular/Ocular Motor Screening (VOMS ...

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Balance/VestibularSports and Exercise