Health & Fitness:Medicine
Scare Tactics in Therapy and the Link Between Concussions and Vestibular Deficits
Marie, Matt, Michael, Michelle, and Rachel dive into the research and pop news in and related to the field of Speech and Language Pathology and the Informed SLP breaks down the latest research. On this week’s episode the group dives into scare tactics to get people into therapy and a new study linking concussions to vestibular deficits and sound processing problems. The Informed SLP gives treatment ideas for Wernicke’s Aphasia.
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