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A Countywide Program to Manage Concussions in High School Sports

By United States Sports Academy in Contemporary Sports Issues, General, Sports Studies and Sports Psychology March 7, 2014 Submitted by Gillian Hotz Ph.D, Ashlee Quintero, BSc, Ray Crittenden, MSc, Lauren Baker, David Goldstein and Kester Nedd, DO ABSTRACT Background: With

Persistent Differences in Patterns of Brain Activation after Sports-Related Concussion

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Persistent Differences in Patterns of Brain Activation after Sports-Related Concussion: A Longitudinal Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study Abstract Avoiding recurrent injury in sports-related concussion (SRC) requires understanding the neural mechanisms involved during the time of recovery after injury. The decision for return-to-play is one

Sports-Related Concussions in Youth

Sports-Related Concussions in Youth

In the past decade, few issues at the intersection of medicine and sports have had as high a profile or have generated as much public interest as sports-related concussions. In recent years there has been a growing awareness and understanding

Over the Ball with Kevin Flynn Interview

Over the Ball with Kevin Flynn Interview

Kevin Flynn covers the futures of FIFA and Sepp Blatter with Jeremy Schaap, MLS’ perception with Ben Grossman and the management of head injuries with David Goldstein. Country Wide Concussion Coverage Minute 40  

David Goldstein’s speech at the Bill Signing – 10/12/12

David Goldstein’s speech at the Bill Signing

Good morning. Governor Scott, Senator Flores, President Shalala, Dean Goldschmidt, distinguished guests — Thank you very much for coming to this ceremony and supporting concussion awareness. My name is David Goldstein, and I am a twelfth grader at Ransom Everglades

High school athlete turns injury into crusade for better treatment of concussion injuries around state

Palm Beach Post Article

Sunday, August 05, 2012 by Hal Habib David Goldstein, shown speaking in Tallahassee, has fought to make it illegal for virtually any high school or youth league in Florida to allow a child to return to practice or play if

Medical Reports: Concussion Concern | WSVN

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            Just this week the NFL is starting to suspend players for vicious head hits. It’s a problem that starts in high school. The number of student athletes suffering head injuries is on the rise.