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The History Behind Our Research

Dr. Allen and Dr. Fong began research together over a decade ago in search of a way to improve and standardize the functional MRI. Their research efforts in imaging provided a way to see changes in the brain after a concussion -- a novel discovery. This discovery led them to focus their research efforts on concussion, post-concussion syndrome or symptoms, and its treatment. Without this discovery, we would not be where we are today. 

How to Overcome Neural Fatigue from a Brain Injury

Neural fatigue can develop after any type of brain injury, including mild traumatic brain injury (concussion), severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), hypoxia, viral infection, stroke, or transient ischemic attack. It might surface immediately or after...

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Why Most Post-trauma Vision Syndrome Treatment Falls Short

As you read this text, your brain is processing the incoming visual information and sending directions to your eyes so they maintain focus on what you want to read. But if you have post-traumatic vision syndrome (PTVS) and your eyes do not work...

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Yes, COVID Affects the Nervous System (& What to Do About It)

COVID-19 can affect the autonomic and central nervous systems. It can affect organ systems directly through infection or indirectly via dysfunction in the nervous system. That means a host of crazy-sounding symptoms — such as blood pressure changes,...

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Cognitive FX Publications

NVC

Neurovascular Coupling:

A Unifying Theory for Post-Concussion Syndrome Treatment and Functional Neuroimaging
Developing a standard of care

Developing the Standard Care for Post- Concussion Treatment

Neuroimaging-Guided Rehabilitation of Neurovascular Coupling
NeuroCogs

Functional Neurocognitive Imaging and Notus NeuroCogs

A Novel Use of fMRI in the Assessment of Cognitive Function in Major Neurocognitive Disorder
TRAUMA~2

Traumatic Brain Injury Alters Word Memory Test Performance

by Slowing Response Time and Increasing Cortical Activation: An fMRI Study of a Symptom Validity Test.
THEFUN~2-1

The fMRI-based Verbal Fluency Test

in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
ASSESS~2

Assessment of Brain Activity during Memory Encoding

in a Narcolepsy Patient On and Off Modafinil using Normative fMRI Data
AFUNCT~2

A Functional Neuroimaging Analysis of Trail Making Test-B

Implications for Clinical Application
MRI and Functional MRI - thumb-1

MRI and Functional MRI

Clinical Application of Standardized Cognitive Assessment Using fMRI. I. Matrix Reasoning - thumb-1

Clinical Application of Standardized Cognitive Assessment

Using fMRI. I. Matrix Reasoning
Clinical Application of Standardized Cognitive Assessment Using fMRI. II. Verbal Fluency - thumb-1

Clinical Application of Standardized Cognitive Assessment

Using fMRI. II. Verbal Fluency