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Julia will discuss the potential damage to an individual post concussion, focusing on screening, assessment and management of cervical, ocular and vestibular symptoms. She will explore the role of the cervical spine and its involvement in sensorimotor control and headaches.


In 2004 Julia completed her PhD which focused on the necks influence on dizziness, head and eye movement control and postural stability in whiplash injuries.


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