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Robert Coni, DO EdS

Neurohospitalist, Medical Director and Coordinator at the Grand Strand Medical Center, and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina.
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University of South Carolina

Why I love to teach

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I’m a vascular neurologist and neurohospitalist serving as a Neurology Subspecialty Coordinator at the Grand Strand Medical Center in South Carolina. I was a neuroscience curriculum coordinator at St. Luke’s—Temple Medical School, where I developed my passion for teaching neurology. I’m a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology and in my spare time, I like to play guitar and go fly fishing.

Latest articles with Robert

Diagnosing sinus headaches

In this video, we use the International Classification of Headache Disorders criteria to diagnose sinus headaches by differentiating sinus-related headaches from migraines. 
13th Sep 2020 • 3m read

Examining the patient with headache

In this video, you will learn how to look for important clues when performing a general physical examination of your patient with headache.
13th Aug 2020 • 3m read

Taking a great headache history

In this video, you'll learn how to take an in-depth headache history and quickly identify the red flags that point to a secondary cause for your patient's headache.
13th Aug 2020 • 3m read

Diagnosing tension headaches

In this video, you will learn how to recognize the characteristics of tension headaches in your patient.
13th Aug 2020 • 3m read

Recognizing migraine headaches

In this video, you will learn how to avoid misdiagnosing your patient's migraine headache by using ICHD-3 criteria.
10th Aug 2020 • 3m read

Recognizing key spinal cord syndromes

In this video, from our Clinical Neurology Essentials course, you'll learn about the four key syndromes of spinal cord injury presentations.
13th May 2019 • 4m read

Evaluating the function of cranial nerves I and II

In this video, from our Clinical Neurology Essentials course, master the examination process for cranial nerves I (olfactory) and II (optic) and learn about the common lesions affecting them.
4th May 2019 • 6m read

Recognizing abnormalities of the neuromuscular junction

In this video, from our Clinical Neurology Essentials course, you'll learn about the features of a physical examination that indicate disease of the neuromuscular junction.
1st Apr 2019 • 3m read

Examining extraocular movements

In this video, from our Clinical Neurology Essentials course, you'll learn about the anatomical relationships between cranial nerves III, IV, and VI in order to recognize abnormalities and localize lesions.
19th Mar 2019 • 5m read

Pinpointing lesions in the occipital lobe

In this video, from our Clinical Neurology Essentials course, you'll learn how to recognize and understand the structure and functions of the occipital lobe.
24th Feb 2019 • 4m read

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