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Myths and Facts About Concussions

By: Matthew Tievsky We’ve all heard of the term “concussion,” but what does it mean? In our practice, with unfortunate frequency we see clients who have suffered concussions. We also ...
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Former Alabama Football Player Discuss Brain Injury & Pending Lawsuit Against NCAA

By: CSCS In a recent interview with the Washington Post, Les Williams, a former defense end at Alabama in the 2000s, discussed his ongoing brain injury symptoms and how it is affecting his life. When ...
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Emily Kelly, Wife of Former NFL Player, Speaks Out on how Football Destroyed her Husband's Mind

By: CSCS On February 2, 2018, Emily Kelly, wife of retired N.F.L. player Rob Kelly, published an Op-Ed in the New York Times on how football destroyed her husband’s mind. Rob was a safety for ...
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Loudoun School Board Still Says No to Helmet Sensors

By: Allan M. Siegel A few months ago we wrote about how Loudoun County parents were pushing for the school district to adopt the use of helmet sensors to monitor the impact football players were ...
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High School Senior Suffers Devastating Helmet to Helmet Collision

By: Allan M. Siegel In 2009, Edward Acuna was a 17-year-old football with a bright future ahead of him. He was the team captain, and he had just been accepted to Cal State L.A. He had dreams of one ...
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