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Concussions 101, a Primer for Kids and Parents
Submitted By Vonnie Crawford on Saturday, November 28, 2015
Concussion 101, A Primer for Kids and Parents
By Dr. Mike Evans 

Hockey is an important part of our life, maybe 1 night a week maybe 6 or 7 nights a week we're at the arena.  We should all take a couple of minutes and review some information about concussions. This short video by Dr. Mike Evans explains the symptoms of a concussion which can be tough for kids to recognize. This is a nice starting place for discussion with your son or daughter.

Click "Concussion 101" to watch the video.

Concussion 101

Additional information on return to play guidelines.   Watch the video for 

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