In the field markers to predict recovery from a concussion.

  • Dizziness, loss of memory and head aches after a concussion may predict how fast an student athlete may recover from a concussion.
  • Well trained coaches are instrumental in preventing complicated concussions and improving their recovery. Read three related case studies recently published.

Article One, The American Journal of Sports Medicine

Article Two, Clin J Sport Med.

Article Three, Neurosurgery


Evidence based practice at Concussion Management of New York

  • There is new research put the lights on tools to help recognize differences in concussion severity. Danny G, Thomas et al Click here for full article


  • Read about updated criterion and evidence based information on when to return to play after head injury.  (Stephen G Rise) Click here for full article.


  • A review on equipment that can help reduce the incidence of concussions. Newer vs, older helmet types. (Examining concussion rates Micky Collins PhDhe Click here for full article.


  • Advances and benefits of nutrition after injury.  How does nutrition improve acute and subacute health outcomes as reported by the Institute of Medicine. Click here for full article.


  • This is the latest position of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) on Concussions: Return to practice/play after concussion should occur only with medical clearance from a licensed healthcare provider trained in the evaluation and management of concussion. Read the full article including its recommendations on when to return to sports safely.



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  1. girls may remember an airlcte I wrote back in October about athletes standing up for what they believe is right .a0 In that airlcte I mentioned Chris Kluwe from the Minnesota Vikings and Brendon Ayanbadejo from

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