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Audio of an interview with me concerning concussion prevention.

This is an interview with my on WJOX, concerning concussion prevention. an interview with me concerning concussion prevention

ZERO concussions at football camp

The University of Cincinnati continues to lead the way in developing and discovering more and better ways to help our athletes as well as aiding the health of the community and nation.

Concussion testing is a personal thing, not a computer program

This is abstracted from an article in ESPN: http://m.espn.go.com/general/story?storyId=8297794/ And http://espn.go.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/8297794/neuropsychological-testing-concussions-not-panacea It is annotated and presented here without permission but complete attribution to ESPN. The whole article can be found above and is over 3500 words long. So, I’ve shortened it and made comments. In quotes is from ESPN author; Peter Keating, the rest is [...]

Concussion Rehab – mention of my work in another blog.

This is taken without permission from the concussion blog. http://theconcussionblog.com/2012/06/20/part-of-recovery-is-a-visual-component/ It talks about a patient I worked with and mentions me as well, so I thought I would share it. Jen Umberg never saw it coming. It was May 23, 2011, during a terrible storm in Cincinnati. Winds were gusting and she was trying to [...]

Concussion and Athletes

There was a lot of junk science packed in colorful marketing schemes with the goal of separating your training room from its money.

Can steroid use make concussions worse?

Today’s article is co-authored by Dr. J.F. Clark, Professor of Neurology and Dr. O. Choutka, Chief Neurosurgery Resident, University of Cincinnati.

Concussion Management and Ohio House Bill 143

I am very concerned that as written the bill will be very bad for certain types of sports and take out of the athletic trainer their/our ability to engage in best medical care and clinical judgments.