Comments for: UMaine on leading edge of diagnosis, treatment of head injuries to student-athletes

Posted March 23, 2012, at 11:11 p.m.

WORCESTER, Mass. — A head injury can result not only in the abrupt end to an athletic career, but in long-term health problems. At the University of Maine, the athletic training staff works closely with its health care providers to make sure a concussion suffered by a student-athlete is diagnosed …

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  • Hmm………I think some of those cases also have sparked a re-evaluation of procedures used
    by athletic trainers to make sure at-risk student-athletes are not
    placed prematurely back in action. Thanks mate. :)

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