Concussion Checklist

Throughout the month of August, we have been blogging about concussions including an introduction, symptoms and treatment, prevention and further education.

Concussions occur when there is a sudden jolt or blow to the head. This causes the brain to move and, in severe cases, even twist, causing a dangerous amount of pressure inside of the skull. Concussions can be serious and have long-lasting effects if managed poorly (by having an athlete return to play too quickly, for example). This month’s Quick Reference Guide is a Concussion Signs & Symptoms Checklist.

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Be calm, be confident and think common sense!


There’s no better time to refresh your concussion awareness and lifesaving skills. If you are in the Toronto area, contact us directly to set up an in-home, on-the-field or in-office session today!






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