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Concussion Management

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Communication is the key when treating a suspected head injury.  Please make sure the athletic trainers know if your son/daughter feels they may have suffered a concussion.  Also, please encourage your athlete to be honest and forthcoming with information about their symptoms.

Symptoms:

Recognition & Reporting

Concussion symptoms differ with each athlete and each injury, and may not appear for hours or days.
Symptoms can include:
Headache
Confusion
Difficulty remembering
Trouble paying attention
Balance problems
Dizziness
Feeling sluggish or hazy
Feeling foggy
Nausea or vomiting
Slowed reaction time
Sleep problems
Feeling irritable or emotional
Attached are some very useful information regarding the management of concussions and the return-to-play protocols.
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