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Joe Martin's TBI News Page Aug 16
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Return2Play Aug 19
R2P's , discusses Steve Smith's with and . The difficulties caused by delayed symptoms, the importance of ensuring a full recovery before returning to play, and the application of protocols in grassroots sport
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William B. Barr Aug 16
This is why we say that healthcare professionals need to read the research literature and not the newspapers for info guiding care.
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Brain.Daze 4h
I locked myself out again today
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Concussion Legacy Foundation Aug 12
Former star 's pro soccer career was cut short in 2009 after his 4th diagnosed . In this blog, Eskandarian writes about his concussion symptoms and what athletes need to know about concussion recovery:
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Alice Theadom Aug 18
BBC Sport - Ashes 2019: . Its so good to see that players from all sports are now taking seriously
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Gary Whelan 5h
Anybody ever suffer with ? How long did the effect last for? Have any tips?
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Upledger Institute 6h
Help your clients understand their treatment options without overwhelming them by sharing our "Integrative Treatment assists with and Trifold Reference Chart." Great item to have several copies of in your reception area.
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Kim Kimmi H Aug 19
‘Should smith have ever been allowed back on’ ummm no no he shouldn’t. How on earth was he allowed back out so soon after a hit to the head at those speeds? 🙈
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Life Beyond Rehab Aug 19
This week we start our series on .
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Hel Aug 19
Me: I'll try the exercises to reduce dizzyness Brain: Don't! Me: Does the training Later Brain: Weeeee! Round round round .. lets stay on this merry-go-round for hours and hours! Me:.....bleeeep ......
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Keerthi Chaitanya 6h
Replying to @ESPNcricinfo
This Ashes is famous as series
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Concussion Legacy Foundation 20h
“I want to use what happened to me to help as much as I can.” Former college player Brittni Souder retired after her 6th diagnosed . Despite her symptoms, Souder is a concussion advocate and helps girls recovering from concussion:
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Liam Elphick 5h
This is spot on from . I am guilty of it - admiring the courage of playing through serious injuries & winning at all costs. But we now know too much about to let this continue. Player health, and behaviour shaping, must come first.
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James JP Drake Aug 14
Last week, approved a package of law amendments for closed trial, one of which is a potential law change to ban tackles above the waist; part of World Rugby’s commitment to prevention.
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Hel Aug 17
Me: Puts down the fork after the last bite of dinner at 7PM Brain: And now we sleep! Me: Just let med put away the dishes Brain: NO! Sleep! Me: OK OK I hear you Brain. A one hour nap then! Me: wakes up at 4AM in the morning...OH! COME ON !!!!
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Elite 16 Sports Therapy 4h
Fantastic evening Baseline SCAT testing the first group of players.
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Ralph Reiff 18h
Professional Development for physicians |
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The Brain Injury Hub Aug 20
With so much in the news about did you know we have a booklet on Concussion in children, aimed at families, teachers and sports coaches? Order it here:
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Concussion Legacy Foundation Aug 20
OF DJ Stewart suffered a earlier this month when a fly ball struck him in the head. Read how Stewart took his time getting back on the field to protect his long-term health:
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