Dr. Daniel Alan Nicholson M.D.
Sports Medicine Specialist | Sports Medicine5673 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd Ne Suite 825 Atlanta GA, 30342
Dr. Daniel Nicholson is a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner in Atlanta, GA. As a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner, Dr. Nicholson is trained to assess, diagnose, prevent, and treat sports injuries in patients of all ages, and refer those patients to further services if needed. Sports Medicine Family Practitioners must complete specialized training in order to help each patient maximize function and improve quality of life.
Education and Training
Emory University School Of Medicine 2006
- Neuronal correlates of conditioned inhibition of the eyeblink response in the anterior interpositus nucleus.
- Medial dorsal thalamic lesions impair blocking and latent inhibition of the conditioned eyeblink response in rats.
- Blockade of GABAA receptors in the interpositus nucleus modulates expression of conditioned excitation but not conditioned inhibition of the eyeblink response.
- Addition of inhibition in the olivocerebellar system and the ontogeny of a motor memory.
- Ontogeny of eyeblink conditioned response timing in rats.
- Developmental changes in evoked Purkinje cell complex spike responses.
- Long-term retention of the classically conditioned eyeblink response in rats.
- Differences in the expression of AMPA and NMDA receptors between axospinous perforated and nonperforated synapses are related to the configuration and size of postsynaptic densities.
- Developmental changes in eyeblink conditioning and simple spike activity in the cerebellar cortex.
- Reduction in size of perforated postsynaptic densities in hippocampal axospinous synapses and age-related spatial learning impairments.
- Selective developmental increase in the climbing fiber input to the cerebellar interpositus nucleus in rats.
- Synaptic strength and postsynaptically silent synapses through advanced aging in rat hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons.
- Axospinous synaptic subtype-specific differences in structure, size, ionotropic receptor expression, and connectivity in apical dendritic regions of rat hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons.
- Torn Meniscus
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Rotator Cuff Syndrome
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