Concussion Protocol 101 Pocket Guide: For Team Physicians, Athletic Trainers, Healthcare Providers, and Rehab Professionals | Kindle Edition
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Product Description What happens when someone on your team has a suspected concussion? As a person responsible for a group of athletes, students, or employees, you need to have a concussion protocol in place. When a concussion happens in your organization, make sure you and everyone involved knows exactly what they need to do. This brief guide* will help you identify the key team members, get tools, and develop policies you need to confidently handle concussions when they happen. You'll learn how to check for concussion and signs of a concussion, how to facilitate concussion treatment, and return to play protocols for athletes.*This guide contains helpful links and engaging visuals to enhance your reading experience. Please download it to a Kindle E-reader app on your chosen device.
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