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Restoring Human Movement

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I'm Dr. Sebastian Gonzales, the treating doctor at Performance Place®.

In this podcast, you will get to hear broken down information about conditions we treat, which also could be conditions you or one of your friends have.

My goal with this podcast is to form a common language between sports medicine professionals and patients/ athletes.

Listen to experts, learn anatomy and sports injury theory in my show.

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Dec 12, 2018



Dr. Cameron Marshall was recommended to be on the podcast by a listener. Thank you Mark for suggesting!

We’re going to cover all things concussion and the great part about having Dr. Marshall speak is that he breaks things down extremely well. He takes complicated concepts and puts them in very simple, but accurate terms, so if you’re not a medical person you’ll still get a ton of information from this... I know I did! He’s a wealth of knowledge as you will hear in the podcast.


Thanks again for being on Cameron!


Dr. Cameron Marshall DC Bio:

Dr. Cameron Marshall is a Doctor of Chiropractic and sports injury specialist who holds a Fellowship through the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences in Canada. Dr. Marshall’s primary research and clinic practice focuses on evidence-based treatment and management of concussion and post-concussion syndrome. Dr. Marshall has been a keynote speaker at several leading concussion conferences and continuing education seminars as well as serves as a Board member for Brain Injury Canada, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for those living with a brain injury and their families/caregivers. Dr. Marshall has also done peer review work for the Journal of Emergency Medicine and Care.

In this podcast I’ll cover the following topics:

  • Pickle Lake
  • New Concepts In Concussion Management
  • Fur Trapping
  • Overused Rest


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