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Posted on 12-16-2016
What Is Your Cerebellum? It is located at the base of the brain.
- Coordination of voluntary movement, balance and equilibrium.
- Some memory for reflex motor acts.
- Loss of ability to coordinate fine movements. Loss of ability to walk. Inability to reach out and grab objects. Tremors. Dizziness (Vertigo). Slurred speech (Scanning Speech).
- Inability to make rapid movements.
Thank you for your attention. Our next post will be: 15 Things You May Not Know About Your Brain. For Dr. Siegfried’s Consumer Awareness Guide to Concussions and Chronic Sinusitis go to http://www.nasalspecifics.com
"If a disease were killing our children in the proportions that [brain] injuries are, people would be outraged and demand that this killer be stopped." - Former Surgeon General Everett Koop, MD
Brought to you by Dr. George Siegfried, D.C., America’s Leading Expert in Bilateral Nasal Specifics Treatment of Concussions and Sinusitis
(Source for these posts): Brain Injury Alliance of Oregon, 2002-2006)
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