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Clinical Pearls from the 2015 Brainstorm Seminar

Last weekend I attended the Brainstorm seminar hosted by the Parker University Neurology club.  The seminar featured some of the top clinicians in the field of chiropractic neurology and covered wide ranging topics.  Though I've had many opportunities to "cross train" with chiropractors in multiple settings, this was the first official chiropractic event that I attended.  Here are some practical clinical pearls I gathered from the speakers throughout the weekend.  

Audio-Visual Synchrony and Athletic Sensory Integration

In previous posts we’ve surveyed the role of vision in movement.   Vision is often a missing link to elevate performance to new heights but can also unlock persistent limitations.  However, vision does not exist in isolation.  To harness the full potential of vision, we must consider vision in concert with other senses.   

Vision and Attention: Convergence Insufficiency and ADHD

In recent posts we’ve explored the link between vision and movement.   (Vision and Movement and Cranial Nerves) The relationship between vision and movement is natural:  vision is inextricably linked to the brain, both reflecting what the brain is thinking but also regulating sensory inputs.