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Delayed Auditory Feedback Device
Any input on the success rate of using "interactive metronome" for sensory integration disorders or speech delay?
Developed by OTs: From all children's hospital- a computer based program for self care. I am looking at their website http://www.Allkids.Org/body.Cfm?Id=798 https://www.Interactivemetronome.Com/ it looks interesting- but unable to find any studies with large sample size that demonstrates efficacy. ...Read more
Will use clomiphene to induce ovul (override interrupted perimenopausal ovulation suspended by liraglutide). Any special precautions or issues?
I have moderate hearing loss w/bi lat. hearing aides. Which is better: learning sign language w/no hearing aides, or hearing aides w/no sign language?
My vote is for...: Hearing aids with no sign language is better than sign language with no hearing aids. With hearing aids, one can hear broadcasts, such as music or voice, and one can hear what other people say (because the vast majority of people don't know how to express themselves using sign language). Also, with hearing aids, one can hear sounds from machines (like cars) and from animals (such as barking). ...Read more
Are headphones with "Digital Signal Processing (DSP) or "full duplex echo cancellation" good for people with tinnitus or mild hearing loss?
YES: Especially with noise cancellation digital components.Get a more detailed answer ›
A Functional Beha-: vioral Assessment = observing the Antecedent of a maladaptive Behavior & its Consequence to determine both its precipitant & the reinforcing response, then teach effective ignoring with no eye contact, angry posture or talking. CONSISTENTLY IGNORED behaviors first escalate in an attempt to elicit prior negative or positive attention, then extinguish almost as quickly as they escalated. ...Read more
What evidence supports the use of bone stimulation dev. For delayed union fracture? My friend's 'expert' ortho [austrian] claims they are useless.
No: Modern pacemakers are well shielded and not susceptible to low level electromagnetic waves. ...Read more
Tactile sensitivity since birth, increasing with age; strong startle response to tactile stimuli; gradual loss of bladder control. Are these related?
Cannot diagnose: You need to be seen by a neurologist and be evaluated in detail. This is grossly abnormal and must be addressed by an expert with full access to prior medical records, history, physical exam and probably some testing. Please go soon because neurological damages respond best when addressed early. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more
Had polysomnography. Please explain: increase in phasic motor activity w/o stereotypical behaviors seen during REM sleep. ?
No: Binaural beats have been studied for decades by neurophysiologists for clues to how the brain processes sensory input. Studies I've seen suggest that they MAY elicit transient alterations in some aspects of mood or cognition. I've seen NOTHING to substantiate the ludicrous claims made by the binaural-beat lunatic fringe on YouTube etc., whose enthusiasm far outstrips their understanding. ...Read more
Can Status epilepticus be pseudo from PTSD? x19hr total loss aware No+EEG during prob to med given for seize Rpd slwng brain wvs 1rst epilepsy event
What was happening: During the status. Were you having tonic clonic movements or were you in a post ictal or other form of unconsciousness? Seizures can result from a number of medical illnesses. Temporal lobe seizures can be hard to find on an EEG but during a seizure there should be something. I am suspicious that something else may have been happening and would welcome further information . Exam and labs. ...Read more
Yes: Electrical stimulation has been shown to aid in bone healing and as such is used to assist in fractures that are having trouble healing. They are also used in the some cases of spinal fusions, and in that group there are implantable types avsilable. They are implanted in the back in patients undergoing spinal fusions that are at increased risk of nonunions, ...Read more
Auditory processing: With this disorder, one is able to hear sound, but once it gets to the brain, it is not interpreted correctly. This disorder is very uncommon. In this disorder the ears are just fine. It is a problem within the brain. It requies specialized therapy for treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
8mo's trouble finding words forgetting what Saying, Paused speech. Boss & cust. notice. drneuropsych said avg score, delayed response. Where go answrs?
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