- A concussion is a mild brain injury, which is usually not life threatening. However, every concussion is serious.
- Once an individual sustains a concussion, he or she is more susceptible to a future concussion. Rest is important following a concussion.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offer educational material for coaches, parents, athletes, medical professionals and school personnel.
Concussion Management: The Team Plan
Learn more about concussions at
CDC Head’s up tool kit in English.
Sports Concussions: Facts, Fallacies and New Frontiers seminar held in Columbia, MO
February 5, 2015
Update on Concussion Management for Licensed Athletic Trainers
Concussion Care with a Licensed Athletic Training and Without
Return to Learn Following a Concussion
Screening Tool Options: Pros and Cons
Concussion Policy Development and Implementation
For information and materials regarding sports concussions you may visit the following sites:
National Federation of High School Activities Association