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Latest Concussion Management Research

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Evaluating Motor Control Improves Discrimination of Adolescents with and without Sports Related Concussion

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Learn about the role of motor control evaluation in concussion diagnosis and treatment.

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High Sleep Disturbance and Longer Concussion Duration in Repeat Concussions

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Learn about varying sleep patterns and associated symptoms in patients with multiple concussions.

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King Devick computerized neurocognitive test scores in professional football players with learning and attentional disabilities

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Objective This study examined outcomes from the King Devick (K-D) in athletes with Learning Disabilities (LD) and attention disorders (ADHD). Methods A total of 574 professional football players from the Canadian Football League (CFL) completed baseline evaluations with computerized neurocognitive testing (CNT) prior to the 2016 competitive season. Player age, education, history of concussion, LD,...

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Estimated Age of First Exposure to American Football and Neurocognitive Performance Amongst NCAA Male Student-Athletes: A Cohort Study

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Brief iPad-Based Assessment of Cognitive Functioning with ImPACT(R) Pediatric

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Discover commonalities across ImPACT Pediatric factor scores.