A discriminant function analysis using neuropsychological testing of athletes 24 hours after acute in-season concussion compared with controls resulted in an overall These variables may be detrimentally synergistic and should receive further study. The management of mild traumatic brain injury MTBI; eg, concussion, defined as a traumatically induced alteration in mental status not necessarily resulting in loss of consciousness in athletics is currently one of the most compelling challenges in sports medicine. Despite the high prevalence 1 and potentially serious outcomes 23 associated with concussion, systematic research on this topic is lacking.
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A recent study by Crisco et al. examined head impact exposure in collegiate football players and found that the average number of impacts received by an individual player during a single season was with a maximum of 2, .These impacts vary in severity based on their position.
Rob Hudson*(1), Dr. Brandon Spradley(1) (1)Faculty member of the United States Sports Academy *Corresponding Author: Rob Hudson Director of. STATS Dynamix is an affordable online analysis platform designed to help coaching staff optimize athlete performance and minimize injury risk by evaluating workloads across training and .
This cohort study uses data from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study to estimate the association of playing high school football in the s with cognitive impair.
The college football players were followed up for a total of player-seasons. Our study resulted in reported concussions among players (12 concussions were prospective repeat concussions).
Of the incident concussions, 94 were included in the assessment group.