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Quidditch Australia Concussion and Injury PolicyQuidditch Australia Concussion and Injury Policy
In all cases where concussion is not suspected or likely, injured players should decide for themselves, if of age, whether to play; although all players are encouraged to act with caution regarding their own health and safety. Concussions in Australian sport
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Concussion PolicyConcussion Policy
Concussion injuries are common in many sports and recreational activities. It is important that best practice concussion management is implemented to ensure the welfare of the player in the short and long term. Concussions in Australian sport
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Concussion and sport Injury Neurological injury TraumaConcussion and sport Injury Neurological injury Trauma
The article high-lights the many"tools" available to assist in the diagnosis and assessment of sports concussion, incorporating both physical and cognitive assessment. Concussions in Australian sport
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Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport The 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport Held in Zurich, November 2012Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport The 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport Held in Zurich, November 2012
Llen Sills, Brian w benson, Gavin a davis, Richard g ellenbogen, Kevin Guskiewicz, Stanley a herring, Grant L iverson, Barry d jordan, James Kissick, Michael McCrea, Andrew s mcIntosh, David Maddocks, Michael Makdissi, Laura Purcell, Margot. Concussions in Australian sport
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Concussion managementConcussion management
Qualified medical advice should be responsibly sought and welcomed and a conservative approach always applied; if in doubt, sit it out. This applies to playing and training. Concussions in Australian sport
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Policy position paper: combPolicy position paper: comb
The purpose of this document is to communicate the act government’s position on key issues for the regulation of combat sports in the Australian Capital Territory (act). Concussions in Australian sport
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2nd. October 2014 Dr. Adrian Mc Goldrick2nd. October 2014 Dr. Adrian Mc Goldrick
During the 19th century, neurologists were concerned with attempting to reconcile how the seemingly severe paralysis of neural function associated with concussion could occur with no obvious visible damage. Concussions in Australian sport
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Concussion as a risk factor for lower extremity musculoskeletal injury in collegiate athletesConcussion as a risk factor for lower extremity musculoskeletal injury in collegiate athletes
Concussions in Australian sport
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Research project : dr jon patriciosResearch project : dr jon patricios
Florida Atlantic University, Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences, Boca Raton, 33431, usa. Concussions in Australian sport
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Concussions in high impact sports Number of recorded concussions in football and/or other gamesConcussions in high impact sports Number of recorded concussions in football and/or other games
In high schools cases of concussion occur, mostly while playing football. During each season, 4% of high school and college football players suffer from concussions. Most of the concussions are caused by smashing into another player's. Concussions in Australian sport
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Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport – the 3rdConsensus Statement on Concussion in Sport – the 3rd
Above, the consensus panellists were Broglio S, Davis G, Dick R, Dvorak J, Echemendia R, Gioia G, Guskiewicz K, Herring S, Iverson G, Kelly J, Kissick J, Makdissi M, McCrea M, Ptito A, Purcell L, Putukian M. Concussions in Australian sport
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Microsoft Word version Sports Injury Prevention TaskforceMicrosoft Word version Sports Injury Prevention Taskforce
This document is a Microsoft Word Version of the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure’s Sport Injury Prevention Taskforce Final Report March 2013. Concussions in Australian sport
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Safety Guidelines for Children andSafety Guidelines for Children and
These guidelines have been developed to support safe participation in sport and recreation for children and young people. Injury is a known barrier to participation and it is estimated that 50% of injuries are preventable. Concussions in Australian sport
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