Happy Brain© Training

Happy Brain© offers training in concussion evaluation and treatment protocols.

You can obtain a certificate recognizing that you have completed the online training program. Simply complete the training courses below and email the completed test to drtoddt@gmail.com.

 

To become a Certified Practitioner in the Happy Brain© provider network:

Complete the training courses below and submit video footage of you performing all the Happy Brain© neurological tests and the Trauma-Free Treatment© protocols on a live model/patient. Submit your videos to drtoddt@gmail.com along with a signed consent form to videotape the model. There is a $250 annually renewable fee and a disclosure agreement to complete.

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Test questions

 

 

The type of forceful manipulative thrust of the upper cervical spine which

has the greatest risk is with a _____ element ?

lateral

rotational

distraction

anterior to posterior

 

A definitive sign of concussion is ?

excessive sleep

amnesia

headache

loss of consciousness

 

Diagnostic evaluation for concussion includes all except?

oculomotor function

olfactory function

balance movements

cognitive testing

 

The most common fatal brain injury for the pediatric population is?

Alzheimer’s

dementia pugilistica

post concussion syndrome

second-impact syndrome

 

The most common cognitive sign of concussion is ?

excessive sleep

irritability

headache

confusion

 

Concussion red flags includes all except ?

nausea

vomiting

degrading coordination

unconsolable infant

 

The temporals muscle attaches to the?

jaw

tongue

inner ear

maxilla

 

Nausea can be caused by tension on the ______ nerve at the C1 level.

occipital

auricular

hypoglossal

vagus

 

Nutritional support includes all of the following except ?

coconut oil

caffeine

omega 3

water

 

Sleep strategies include all of the following except ?

darkened room

noise free environment

dim night light

phone ringer off

 

Dizziness can be reduced by the patient performing ?

Epley maneuver

half somersault maneuver

cardiovascular exercise

resistance exercise

 

Conservative treatment for acute concussions includes all except ?

HVLA adjusting

cognitive rest

physical rest

decompression/traction

 

Ball to wall cervical exercises are designed to improve?

half somersault maneuver

cardiovascular endurance

muscle power output

joint/muscle mobility

 

Return to work/school guidelines do not include?

reduced computer use

avoid stressful environments

work until fatigued

naps at work/school

 

The most profound modifying factor for returning a TBI patient to activity is?

loss of consciousness

nausea

emotional lability

sleep disorders

 

Cervical stretching exercises should be performed?

slow and painfree

fast to increase blood flow

to the end range of motion

statically for 60 seconds

 

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