balance

Benefits of Biking

by Sue Wilson, MA, ATC/L, PES, CHHC Physical activity is becoming more and more important as people start to heal from chronic symptoms of mild traumatic brain injuries. Over the last five years, research has started to show that...

Get Your Balance On

By Kelly Harrigan Surf’s up, dude. Coming to you from the tech corner is the Indo Board and IndoFLO Cushion. Small, portable, and easy to use, it fits any size home and can give a boost to your balance...

Yoga: Warrior II Pose

by Amy Zellmer, Editor-in-chief Yoga is a powerful tool for recovery after brain injury. Contrary to some beliefs, everyone can do yoga — you don’t need to be super flexible, have great balance, or even be able to stand...

Balance and Proprioception

by Sharik Peck, PT Once again, I was standing on top of a skyscraper with that all too familiar nausea kicking me in the stomach. I knew I had to climb out onto the ledge and get across the...

A Balancing Act: The Three Systems of Balance

by Kellie Pokrifka Issues with balance display as some of the most obvious symptoms of a brain injury. But what causes this imbalance? Many areas of our brains contribute to balance, and these areas can all be affected through...

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