The Truth About Concussion-Like Symptoms: Part 2

If you missed Part 1, you can check out the first half of the presentation here: The Truth About Concussion-Like Symptoms

The second half of the presentation was divided into two videos, which are available below.

As a disclaimer, I’m a strength and conditioning coach. I’m not a physician, nor am I an expert on brain injuries. The information in these videos is NOT meant to be taken as medical advice, nor does it suggest that concussions are being mishandled in any way by medical professionals in hockey. My interest in concussions stems solely from wanting to ensure that I can help the players I work with find the best care via the most appropriate referrals to medical professionals, to help make sure they aren’t missing unnecessary time.

The Truth About Concussion-Like Symptoms: Part 3

The Truth About Concussion-Like Symptoms: Part 4

*This information is by no means a replacement for medical advice or diagnosis, nor does it suggest that any of the players whose names or images were presented in the videos had cases that were mishandled in any way. It’s simply meant to provide additional potential causes of symptoms so players are aware of what other injuries they may need to get checked out by a medical professional.

To your success,

Kevin Neeld

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