Concussions


Required Reporting

A new rule in Texas says all Class 6A high schools will have to report the number of concussions suffered in every sport. 

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Study Zeroes in on Risk

New research by the NATA has found that student-athletes at rural and inner-city schools are more likely to have a sports-related concussion that goes un-identified, un-assessed or mismanaged.

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Sleep it Off

Athletic trainers already know that quality sleep can refresh athletes and enhance performance. But did you also know it can increase post-concussion recovery rates in young athletes?.. more »

Required Reporting

The University Interscholastic League (UIL), Texas' governing body for public high school sports, recently announced that the largest schools in the state will be required to report all concussions suffered by student-athletes during competition. It... more »

Kickoff Rule Reduced Concussions

Two years ago, the Ivy League changed its football kickoff rules. Since then, researchers say there’s been a significant reduction in traumatic brain injuries… more »


New Kickoff Rule Reduced Concussions

Two years ago, the Ivy League changed football kick off rules. Researchers say there’s been a significant reduction in concussions since then.

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New Concussion Guidelines From CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new clinical recommendations for healthcare providers treating children with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), often referred to as concussion.

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Prepare for Impact

A new study reveals that tense neck muscles and head position prior to an impact can influence concussion risk. 

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