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How to Prevent Concussion During Winter

There are many hazards associated with winter weather that can pose an increased risk for mild traumatic brain injury, or concussion.

Michael Stuart, MD

The Impact Report with Michael Stuart, MD

Michael Stuart, MD, works diligently to improve concussion diagnosis, treatment and prevention for athletes. Read our interview with him here.

Aynsley Smith

The Impact Report with Aynsley Smith

Aynsley Smith, PhD, RN, explains why everyone should embrace life and “respect the brain.”

Beth Shubin Stein, MD

Female Athletes and Sports Injuries

Beth Shubin Stein, MD, discusses the most common types of injuries among female athletes and how they can advocate for better treatment

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8 Tips for Coping with Post-Traumatic Headache Over the Holidays

For someone experiencing post-traumatic headache, the holidays can often be chaotic and problematic. Here are 8 tips to help you get through.

Thomas Bottiglieri

The Impact Report with Thomas Bottiglieri

Thomas Bottiglieri, DO, aims to fight concussion so current and future athletes can keep playing the sports they love, safely.

Jennifer Wethe, PhD, APBB-CN

The Impact Report with Jennifer Wethe

Jennifer Wethe, PhD, APBB-CN, takes a balanced approach to concussion awareness, treatment and management.

female doctor treating concussion in children

CDC Releases Guideline for Youth Concussion

The Center for Disease Control recently released the first evidence-based guidance for treating concussion in children.

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How to Prepare Your Children for Athletics

Before entering your child in athletics, it’s always wise to make sure you follow certain safety best practices to prevent injury.