For this study researches found patients between the ages of 10-23 and assigned them to one of two groups. The first group was the pragmatic, progressive therapeutic treatment group. In this group, the researchers prescribed different therapies based on the patients individual needs. “For subjects who had cervical dysfunction (eg, cervicogenic dizziness and/or cervicogenic headache), … Continue reading Feasibility of early physical therapy for dizziness after a sports-related concussion/ A randomized clinical trial
5 articles summarized in about 100 words. These research articles range from age effects to the King-Devick test.
Is there a possibility that gait changes manifest themselves as a symptom of concussion?
How do pediatricians consult with their patients on concussions and how do they feel about their own kids?
Individualizing concussion rehabilitation could lead to faster recovery times for patients
Knowing how to play safe and the level of aggression someone has could help us to prevent some concussions.
There is often time pressure put on athletic trainers and other clinicians to return athletes to play. Who is impacted?
Researchers look at how athletic trainers perceive sport psychology services
Looking at computerized concussion testing can help us better understand the changes that happen in our brains though development
Some big news came out on Wednesday that the newest update to the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT) came out. In this revision, they decided to skip over the number four and go right to five (most likely to coincide with the number of international meetings they have had). If you look closely you will … Continue reading Your Guide to the SCAT 5 Revision
Overview In this research study, the researchers looked at where lacrosse players were hit during practices and games. The researchers used the X2 Biosystem's xPatch to measure where the hits occurred as well as videotaping the practices and games They found that the players were hit on the side 41% of the time and in … Continue reading Comparison of head impact location during games and practices in Division III men’s lacrosse players