• Did your Child Suffer a Concussion in a St. Louis Car Accident?

    …. The study involved 186 children in the age group of 8-15 years, who had suffered mild brain injuries such as mild concussions. The results were based on the symptoms (as reported by the parents) experienced by children up to 12 months after the injury. It was found that 60 percent of the children with concussions or another brain injury with no loss…

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  • Educate and Reduce Risk – A Common Sense Approach to Youth Football

    … By Greg Webb, November 9, 2015 I’ve written a lot about head injuries and concussions in children or teens as they related to sports like football and soccer. It’s football season across the United States and our kids are out there playing in community leagues and school programs. This is the ideal time to talk about football and traumatic brain…

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  • Concussion Testing in Sports – Will American Football Be Changed?

    … will undoubtedly make an impact—on youth who idolize football players, on those who aspire to play pro ball, and on our sports culture. The NFL says that’s not the case, but only time will tell. We seem to be getting more evidence of the dangers of brain injury in football every week. The revelations from Pro Football Hall of Famers like Tony Dorsett…

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