This Cleveland Clinic study is a large longitudinal investigation of the cumulative effects of repetitive head injuries in active and retired athletes. A principal investigator shares a decade’s worth of learnings from it.
A variety of medical providers may evaluate and care for an injured athlete, making care continuity challenging. Jay Alberts, PhD, explains how the Cleveland Clinic Concussion Application (C3 app) can help.
A new CDC guideline draws on 25 years of published evidence for 19 sets of recommendations providing long-needed standards of care for evaluating and managing pediatric mTBI.
Study may provide useful counseling information and demonstrate that player issues after concussion warrant further attention.
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As use of Cleveland Clinic’s pioneering C3Logix app for concussion assessment has soared, data on how it’s being employed have started to mount. Here are some interesting insights.
Under a collaboration with the NFL Players Association, over 400 former players have had brain-body health evaluations at Cleveland Clinic to get a sense of the brain health path they appear to be on. Here’s how it works.
This case of a 13-year-old concussed athlete with intractable symptoms yields lessons in the nuances of assessment, how to manage family expectations and the imperative for a menu of care options.