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QEEG in TBI - The gap between expectation and outcome

Dr Stephen Sexton

An outline of some important considerations concerning interpretation of the QEEG in patients that have suffered head trauma.

Recorded: 14th - 15th of August 2010
Annual conference of The Applied Neuroscience Society of Australia
Brain Health in the 21st Century (evidence Based & emerging neurotechnologies)

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Dr Stephen Sexton

Dr Stephen Sexton is a chiropractic neurology, QEEG & IT consultant. He has several years experience in lecturing clinical neurology to chiropractors throughout Australia and New Zealand. He is a Diplomate of both the QEEG Board and the American Chiropractic Neurology Board and has completed a Masters degree in Neurological Science with a thesis concerning the neurophysiology of tinnitus.

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