Stump the Vertigo Expert

A Case Study of High Velocity, Persistent Geotropic Nystagmus– Is this BPPV? as originally seen in the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy I really love this article because 1) it is a very thorough vestibular case study and 2) we get to see the expert get stumped! Researchers are a notoriously proud bunch, and so … Continue reading Stump the Vertigo Expert

CCU Alert! Therapeutic Application of Tai Chi

Who: Physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants, certified occupational therapy assistants What: Therapeutic Application of Tai Chi When: September 16, 2017 Where: Parker Square, 650 Parker Square Dr. Flower Mound, TX 75028 (That’s the Dallas/Fort Worth area for those unfamiliar with Flower Mound.) Why: Objectives: “At the conclusion of this program, the learner will be able to:  … Continue reading CCU Alert! Therapeutic Application of Tai Chi

Deep, Dark and Gray

I Know You Love Me– Now Let Me Die by Louis M. Profeta, MD as originally seen on Dr. Profeta’s LinkedIn page I won’t make a long comment on this. 1) It is more of a “think about it” yourself piece and 2) my air conditioner went out and this hot laptop is going to … Continue reading Deep, Dark and Gray

Cut and Paste Genes

Correction of a pathogenic gene mutation in human embryos as originally seen in Nature It’s true: science fiction has become reality. It came out today that scientists have successfully cut and paste human genes and thereby eliminating a genetic disease. Here’s what they did. They had sperm from a man with a genetic heart condition … Continue reading Cut and Paste Genes