Dual-task Rehabilitation for Chronic Symptoms after Concussion: A Case Series in a Non-Athlete Population

      To explore effectiveness of combined cognitive and physical dual-task (DT) treatment onsymptom resolution in a non-athlete population with chronic symptoms following concussion. DTmethodology has gained increasing attention as a sensitive and ecologically valid measure of recoveryand as intervention in other neurologic and aging populations. It warrants investigation as a potentiallyeffective active form of concussion rehabilitation.
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