Concussion Resources

According to the CDC, approximately 3.8 million young athletes will sustain a sports-related concussion every year

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Concussions can not only sideline short-term play and lifestyles, but long-term concussion symptoms can affect quality of life, including mental health challenges and academic issues. Therefore, it is vitally important that athletes are thoroughly screened after any head injuries, evaluated fully, and treated appropriately before returning to play.

The following resources can help parents, athletes and coaches make better decisions about brain injuries. For more information about NPG’s concussion protocol, contact us.

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