Concussions in youth sports is a problem across a wide range of sports, not simply limited to football. In the quest to become a scholarship athlete in college, and potentially play a sport professionally, what happens as a teenager can have a long-lasting effect. Stephen Rice, M.D., clinical director of the concussion center at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, recently participated in an Asbury Park Press podcast discussion on this important health issue. Listen here.
Create an Athlete: An important discussion about concussions in youth sports
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