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The Center for Disease Control recently released the first evidence-based guidance for treating concussion in children.
Before entering your child in athletics, it’s always wise to make sure you follow certain safety best practices to prevent injury.
Trent Anderson, PhD, discusses what treatment options are currently available for post-traumatic headache and innovative research that may lead to new therapies.
We’ve debunked 5 common concussion myths so you can keep yourself and others safe the next time someone experiences a head injury.
Robert Scales, PhD, explains how concussion victims can exercise their way to better brain health.
If you feel “off” after a head injury and think you might have a concussion, follow these five steps to evaluate your symptoms and figure out what to do next.
Willie Stewart, PhD, MBChB, stresses the importance of educating medical professionals about TBI.
Amaal Starling, MD, shares the five steps every coach and parent should follow before returning an athlete to competition after concussion.
Follow the Return to Play protocol to ensure players are ready to return to activity If one of your players experiences a head injury during practice or a game, you should first consult the Return to Play protocol that is set in place by the league or the school. All 50 states have Return to […]