1 04, 2014

What’s Your Balance Age?

2020-06-05T16:31:39+10:00

Every year 20-40% of adults over 60 have a fall. Often some slight dizziness or a loss of balance will be dismissed as signs of “old age”, however these seemingly small symptoms can cause falls and hip fractures which can lead to hospitalisation and other serious adverse events.

What’s Your Balance Age?2020-06-05T16:31:39+10:00
8 01, 2014

Understanding Concussion

2020-06-05T16:29:11+10:00

While in Melbourne this weekend Chris was invited to present to the College of Chiropractic Neuro-developmental Paediatrics (CCNP) on mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Read on to understand more about the dangers of concussion and how to recognise them.

Understanding Concussion2020-06-05T16:29:11+10:00
10 09, 2013

UNSW Neurological Society AAFN Presentation

2020-06-09T10:22:33+10:00

Brent Gordon presented a talk to the UNSW Neurological Society on behalf of the Australasian Academy of Functional Neurology (AAFN) on Thursday 10 October 2013.

UNSW Neurological Society AAFN Presentation2020-06-09T10:22:33+10:00
8 03, 2011

Scoliosis And Neurology – A Better Understanding Of Scoliosis

2020-06-05T16:40:00+10:00

It was an honour to be recently asked by Dr. Anthony O’Reilly from The Chiropractic Alumni (tCa) to present a lecture on the “Neurology of Scoliosis” at a Sydney College of Chiropractic and Macquarie University Department of Chiropractic Conference (20 August 2011).

Scoliosis And Neurology – A Better Understanding Of Scoliosis2020-06-05T16:40:00+10:00
7 11, 2010

“Baby Talk” At Royal North Shore Private Hospital

2020-06-09T11:21:15+10:00

Some months ago I was asked to present a lecture at North Shore Private Hospital to the senior midwife educators.

“Baby Talk” At Royal North Shore Private Hospital2020-06-09T11:21:15+10:00
8 06, 2010

Age Is Not A Number, But More A Determinant Of Whether We Are “Nimble On Our Feet”

2020-06-05T17:37:03+10:00

At the risk of a potential domino effect, I ask 170 retirees to stand on one leg. For those that already aren't too wobbly, I ask them to close their eyes. The room sways... and is soon followed by much laughter.

Age Is Not A Number, But More A Determinant Of Whether We Are “Nimble On Our Feet”2020-06-05T17:37:03+10:00